24 Hours with LZF's Lens Wall Light

LZF is a company known for its multi-disciplinary approach to its product development. This is illustrated in ‘Twenty-Four Hours, a series of ten creative short films, with each film spotlighting a different LZF lamp and offering glimpses into ten individual worlds, prompting the viewer to ponder over the protagonist: is it the lamp or the people involved? In essence it is both.

Every natural wood veneer lamp that is handmade by LZF will become a daily part of someone’s environment, even their more commercial larger-than-life lamps that turn heads (such as Koi and Candelabro). As with any well-designed object, an LZF lamp leaves room for the user’s self-expression. In ‘Twenty-Four Hours’, each short film perfectly encapsulates the relationship between people and light. 

When imagining the project, its creators Adrián Almonacid and Paula Giménez Monar were particularly inspired after reading these words: ‘A lamp produces light, and light, although it cannot be touched, is deeply present.’ ‘Twenty-Four Hours’ is based on everyday occurrences. Shot using a single front aspect, each film beautifully captures familiar scenes, real stories, and relatable characters.

In the following 'Twenty-Four Hours of Lens" we see how LZF's Lens wall light brightens the world of its owner as we turn a lens onto a day in her life.