Miguel Herranz

Spanish designer Miguel Herranz has named the creative process that he applies in both design and industry-related areas The Conceptual Nebula’. This analytical-anarchical process makes it possible to create conceptual tools for finding real design solutions, based on analysing three core elements found in every project: culture, industry and society. Miguel has dubbed one conceptual tool The Ordered Chaos’; he makes use of this tool to develop projects with a formal richness, constructive simplicity and the serenity of the chaos found in nature. The Ordered Chaos’ generates sculptural, sensual, serene and singular products, with mathematical and simple production. At LZF, Miguel’s curious design approach is found in both the Mikado and Orbit lamps.




Here at LZF (formerly known as Luzifer) we’ve been creating beautiful hand-made wooden lights since 1994. Our range is comprehensive and includes ceiling, floor, suspension, pendant, table and wall lamps. The unique designs - for both home and architectural lighting - are brought to life through our collaboration with some of the world’s great designers and artists. We like to say that our product is ‘wood touched by light’. Switch on and see why.

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Avenida Reino de Valencia 14 - 46370 Chiva Valencia Spain
Phone: +34 962 524 780 / Fax: +34 962 524 795


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