Yearly Archives: 2011

Merry Christmas x

We would like to wish you all a wonderful Christmas and Holiday Season and thank you for all your amazing work and support throughout this year.
UFL Group will close on Friday 23 December and will re-open on Thursday 19 January 2012.
We will still be available for any enquiries you may have during this period either on 09 828 1000 or info@ufl.co.nz.
We look forward to seeing you in the New Year.

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Cosín, storefront in Valencia

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PLEG: Honoree Finalist

PLEG has been selected as an honoree finalist in the Best of Year Awards 2011, an international prize organized by the U.S. magazine Interior Design.
Congratulations to LZF and Valencian studio Yonoh!

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Maestro Sandro of LZF

Read all about the maestro from LZF, Sandro Tothill, in the latest edition of Interior Magazine.

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Leaf at Birdbath New Museum New York

Photo: Michael Moran

Birdbath Café (created by The City Bakery, one of the leading baked-goods proprietors in New York) has recently opened on the ground floor the New Museum in New York.
Featuring Arper’s Leaf Chair, the 40-seat café features communal tables, as well as intimate settings for conversation, enhancing the New Museum’s Lobby as a gathering place for visitors and the creative community.

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Take a seat at TEMMA

Tante Emma Laden otherwise know as mom-and-pop shops have long been an institution throughout Germany. Today, a new market in Cologne has opened TEMMA, bringing back the old style of local and organic offerings while dazzling new patrons with a stylish and cool industrial interior.
TEMMA’s designers chose Arper’s Catifa 53 chair and Catifa 46 barstool to populate the eco-friendly market’s open dining space for patrons to relax with a coffee, wine or nibble after their shopping. This is any connoisseur’s foodie heaven!

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December is finally here

Download the December desktop calendar from LZF-Lamps here and enjoy the last few weeks of 2011.

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New from Capdell

Capdell have been very busy reinvigorating their brand, working with new designers and creating new inspiring products.
At Habitat Valencia 2011, under their new campaign SIT, THINK, IMAGINE, Capdell launched Moon, Ava and Ymay.
The new products fit closely within the company’s philosophy of producing high quality well priced furniture for home and contract use. With over forty year’s experience, Capdell know good furniture.
Photos: Moon by Gabriel Teixido and Ymay by Capdell.

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LZF Win the Spanish Craftsmanship of the Year!

LZF have won again – this time being awarded with the Spanish Craftsmanship Award of 2011. This prestigious national artisan’s award recognises their commitment to design, manufacturing and brand communication. Sandro Tothill says “as artisans we are under constant transformation and thanks to the interaction we have with the international market, we are constantly learning and changing the shape of our future through new concepts and ideas.”
Congratulations to LZF, Sandro and Marivi. We can’t see what they come up with next.

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Just Arrived: SAIL

The Sail collection by Piergiorgio Cazzaggina for Andreu World has just arrived into our Auckland showroom.
The silhouette goes beyond an aesthetic value, the slim and lightweight frame makes stacking convenient for up to ten chairs. The back rest is shaped to conform to the human body for extra comfort and the structure is made from a combination of polypropylene and fiberglass and offered in 5 appealing colours – classic white, black, sand, cayenne red and basalt grey. Click here for more info.

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