Four doodles not well done. Some lines that seem like incomprehensible words. A group of arrows that simulate some kind of movement…a paper, a map, a doodle that you can’t understand but that has a lot to say. That is the magic of design!
A glass of wine in the garden. The Sun about to go down. A time of day when you can relax and your thoughts turn to nicer things. The lights come on, the night spectacle starts: have candlelit dinner under the stars backed up by well thought out artificial outdoor lighting to create the charm of a summer night.
Did you know that you can interact with our catalogue? Taking your mobile, scanning a symbol and accessing additional information is very common nowadays. Everyone has done it. And now it is also possible with the catalogue of designer lamps by Estiluz.
In a society which is increasingly concerned with sustainability and the environment, the preference for environmentally respectful products and practices (also called eco-friendly) is growing exponentially.
Smile is a lamp. Specifically, it is a bathroom wall lamp. However, Smile has somehow quickly turned into a "nice" product, a beloved design that quickly grows on people. Can we really talk about a lamp like this? I think so.
How to boost innovation in your company to deal with the changes in the contract market. This is the name of the workshop that Estiluz will be holding during the upcoming Barcelona Design Week. It is a very promising title for architects, interior designers, engineers and anybody who has an influence over designer products or prescribes them.
A design can be a project, the conception of an object, its shape or even a sketch, a stroke or a simple mental image. For us however, design is also a style, a trend and a way of thinking, feeling and living.
Interior design projects always have one feature that stands out visually: a colour, an object, a light spot, and so on. However, in order to close the circle of any great professional project, every element needs to have a purpose.
Technology has become part and parcel of our lives to offer new possibilities that, when used in a smart and witty way, make things a lot easier for us. In this case, it’s time to talk about lighting solutions with smart light bulbs.
It is not that architecture and lighting are a perfect match, It is that they are inseparable. Good architecture is not possible without the proper use of light and, conversely, the lighting design must consider architecture, among others.
Barcelona historically has always been associated with design. The most innovative ideas, the most creative artists and architects... all have a special place in this city. And the Disseny Hub is undoubtedly a reference space.
Do you remember we talked about Pablo Figuera? He participated in the design of the original sofa-bed-playhouse Orwell and also in the design of the desktop lamp Folio, some of the latest news from Estiluz.
We live in a time when the business practices of collaboration succeed against competition and rivalry and this was demonstrated by Estiluz, Ondarreta and Kriska Decor in the last Stockholm fair, sharing a stand.
Think for a moment about Scandinavian style (also called Nordic). What comes to mind? Its modern, simple and functional designs ... But the Scandinavian style is much more than this: it is a human design.
For four days every year at this time the French city of Lyon is illuminated with lights. Facades and monuments are transformed into art thanks to the effects of the light and shade that are projected onto them. Do you know why there is this festival?
CODIC (Col.legi d’Interiors i decoradors de Catalunya/Girona) has been responsible for the decoration of the Festival de Peralada 2013 outdoor areas. Dot and Nan products light up the glamourous nights of this prestigious music, dance and culture festival in Peralada.
Have you noticed that the most important celebrations are related to or use light to dress their events. Typically at Christmas time colored lights fill the streets, Christmas trees and illuminate houses ...
In Estiluz, the quantity and quality of light is as important as the aesthetical features: a poorly lit environment can lead to unnecessary consumption, poor distribution of light or improper selection of fixtures.