Manufacturers of contemporary design lamps
The B.lux business adventure began in 1980. Back then, the concept of design was only vaguely appreciated in the company’s Spanish locale: the Basque Country. This, together with a very scarce local market for lighting, spurred the brand towards internationalization at a very early stage.
B.lux hit the international market with a set of indispensable collaborators: its product designers. In 1980-81, they worked with Guillermo Capdevila, one of the promoters of design in Euskadi. He was the creator of the B.lux System, a collection of lamps that marked a shift in the brand’s product strategy. Nostalgia and market trends prompt B.lux today – over three decades later – to rerelease this family of lamps, adding to an already diverse selection of luminaires ideal for various settings.
The location of their facilities – in a very special natural enclave – also makes its mark on the lamps they produce. Designs like the Keshi employ materials that are internationally coveted, such as black marble from the Markina quarry, located relatively close to the company’s 5000-m2 factory.
The Keshi collection is defined by sophisticated contrast between its black Markina marble light source and sleek metallic bar shade.
The brand sincerely believes that its role as a manufacturer allows it to endow the products it creates with a special quality, employing the finest maxim processes at its facilities.
B.lux’s proximity to Bilbao – which has become an international landmark city in the fields of Architecture and Design – has also shaped its lighting catalogue, thanks to its participation in high-profile lighting projects in a Creative City of Design, according to UNESCO, as well as the Best European City 2018, according to the 2018 Urbanism Awards.
Each and every one of the lamps produced by this company has a story and reason for being. These stories reinforce the brand’s identity, forged over nearly 40 years of history.
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