Making Light Work...

It was with sheer delight and great anticipation that we welcomed Marivi and Sandro from LZF back to KE-ZU last week.

As part of their whistlestop tour through Australia and New Zealand the pair had promised to unveil for us their newest creations and we are pleased to inform you that big, beautiful things are coming out of the LZF camp in coming months - you won't be disappointed! Whilst we can't share all the details just yet we can let in you in on their inspired "Spiro" Concept (as depicted above).

Their study in timber veneer as a decorative element has for years now proved fruitful with some of the most beautiful, warm lighting in the marketplace.  In 'Spiro' - Lzf have raised the bar again.  The concept is one that empowers interior designers and specifiers with the creative stronghand - employ the swirls of decorative timber as a screening system, a floor detail, a pendant light - the choice is yours.

The range of timber loops can be recessed in walls, encased in perspex or even housed in glass and back lit - their application is entirely flexible, the possibilities are infinite and the result is guaranteed to be captivating.  For more info on the new Spiro system dont hesitate to drop KE-ZU a line to discuss the potential for your fit-out.

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  • [...] We’re just back from our tour down under and what can we say, amazing !!! One of our stops was with long time collaborator, Ke-Zu in Sydney where we did a workshop with local interior designers and architects. One of the great things about Ke-zu is that we share a common idea, that of selling products that make people feel good, products that make sense… and that is how they made us feel as soon as we got into town. We presented our new “Spiro” collection and gave them a sneak peak of what can be done with it. Check out their blog, it went down like a treat. KE-ZU blog [...]

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