Black Note LZF Lamps by Ramon Esteve

Black Note LZF Lamps

Ideated as a hotel lobby, Black Note is presented as the preliminary of an experience that surprises visitors and changes their view of reality, like a magic box that takes them to a parallel world. The name Black Note takes its inspiration from the black keys on a piano which are the keys that add emotion and passion to a melody.

This interaction also reflects the new sensations that LZF wish to express through their new collections and collaborations. This installation, designed by Ramón Esteve for LZF Lamps in Casa DÉCOR, was inspired by a contemporary hotel located in an ancient building in the downtown of a big city. A space that pretends to create sensations through an interplay of textures, lights and colours.

Black and anthracite finishes, contrasting with the light, warm tunes of lamps’ wooden boards, result in a theatrical atmosphere without losing that touch of spontaneity and informality. The presentation of LZF’s Black Note space also coincides with the preview of the lighting collection of the same name that Ramon Esteve has designed for the firm and which will be officially launched during the Milan Design Week and Euroluce. Source by Ramon Esteve.

  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Architect: Ramon Esteve
  • Collaborators: Isabel Meyer, Nacho Poveda, Irene Usero
  • Area: 16 m2
  • Year: 2019
  • Music: Holzwarth & Sebastian
  • Photographs & Audiovisual: Alfonso Calza, Courtesy of Ramon Esteve

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