- Designer, creative director, co-founder
Spanish Mariví Calvo is a designer, creative director and co-founder of LZF.
She gratuated in Fine Arts at Valencia University in 1983 and then continued her studies in New York (Pratt Institute and the New York Museum of Holography).
From 1986 to 1992, Mariví Calvo lived in New York, Madrid and Paris showing her work. In 1991 in Paris, she created The Kitchen Woman, a surrealist dance performance. She chose costumes and worked set design.
In 1994, she founded Luzifer Lamps (LZF), with Sandro Tothill. Since 2001, they have been using Polywood, a new material made of wood, which they created and patented. Polywood transforms wood into a light diffuser and is used in all the LZF models, such as Candelabro, Guijarros and Gea & Comos collections.