LZF’s Dune light has been shortlisted for the Dezeen Awards 2021 in the ‘lighting design’ category. Dezeen is the world’s most popular and influential architecture, interiors, and design magazine. This year’s awards programme received more than 4,700 entries, across a number of categories. The shortlist contains 234 projects and 32 studios.
You can vote for your favourite projects and studios in the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote. This is separate from the Dezeen Awards as assessed by professional judges, but no less important. Public vote winners will be revealed from 18–22 October 2021.
We would love you to vote for LZF’s Dune.
To vote for Dune:
Go to the Dezeen Awards public vote page.
Scroll to ‘Design’ and click on ‘Lighting Design’.
Tick the box to vote for Dune.
Scroll to the bottom of the page and enter your email address in order to submit your vote. You’ll then receive an email asking you to confirm your email address.
Thank you for your support!
THE PUBLIC VOTE CLOSES ON 11th OCTOBER.
We are extremely proud of Dune. It marks LZF’s first use of hand-blown borosilicate glass paired with natural wood veneer. Designed by Mayice, Dune is a striking and sculptural lamp, notable for its distinctive bulb-shaped centre. In Dune, a single piece of borosilicate glass, hand-blown by master artisan Eduard Garuti, envelopes a wood veneer diffuser. Downward light from the wood’s unique seedpod-like opening is softened by the glass.
As a lamp, Dune sits somewhere between art and design. When designing Dune, we were excited by Mayice’s thoughtful approach, their passion for artisanship, and their knowledge of form and function. When crafting Dune, we marvelled at Eduard Garuti’s skill and dexterity. Dune is diligently assembled by LZF’s Jose Medina at our factory in Chiva, Valencia. With its solid design, Dune transcends fashion and fad. It is a lamp for this generation and for the generations that follow.