LUMMA makes a splash with Fendi Casa and Luxury Living by Adrian Levin

In this new collection for Fendi Casa, LUMMA translucent panels are part of an elegant space curated by interior designer Noelia Ibáñez.  Book-ending the furniture, our translucent panels frame the stage adding a layer of art and color, allowing natural light to permeate the area.  LUMMA panels are featured on display at the Luxury Living New York showroom.

LUMMA panels with the Fendi Casa collection at Luxury Living NYC

LUMMA panels with the Fendi Casa collection at Luxury Living NYC

Fendi Casa interiors at the Luxury Living NYC showroom feature LUMMA panels

Fendi Casa interiors at the Luxury Living NYC showroom feature LUMMA panels

Translucent panels with wave images / images by NovoArts

Translucent panels with wave images / images by NovoArts

Adrian Levin collaborated with interior designer Noelia Ibáñez, who curated this Fendi Casa showcase

Adrian Levin collaborated with interior designer Noelia Ibáñez, who curated this Fendi Casa showcase

LUMMA wins Architizer's A+Award by Adrian Levin

LUMMA receives the Architizer A+ Award for best product + materials in public vote.  We thank Architizer and everyone at LUMMA who contributed to make this possible !

With colleagues from Japan at A+ Awards

With colleagues from Japan at A+ Awards

Karim Rashid and Adrian Levin at A+Awards. This is Karim's interpretation of a black tie event - tickles me pink ! 

Karim Rashid and Adrian Levin at A+Awards. This is Karim's interpretation of a black tie event - tickles me pink ! 

LUMMA manifesto, for the record

 

Born of inspiration, transforming interiors by Adrian Levin

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necessity if the father of invention

During my two decades as a New York City-based designer, I’ve put a lot of thought into defining and creating spaces that have personal character.  I believe that good design does much more than personalize a space. It's meant to connect people and enhance lifestyles. Often the best examples do so in a tangible yet virtually invisible way.

When we decided to carve a workspace out of our NYC apartment, I searched for a creative way to design a flexible, light-filled space that would put every square foot to work in an artful way, and also looked for options that utilized eco-friendly materials. 

Since nothing commercially available met our criteria, we set out to design our own solution ;  using translucent sheet material and eliminating traditional framing, we suspended panels from a custom–designed beam track mounted only to lateral walls, gaining maximum light passage and spatial continuity as well as a good level of privacy. The panels were mounted at just the right height to avoid contact with the floor and need for a bottom track. By keeping each panel moving on it's own track, versatile configurations were possible including a totally open and closed stage.  The best part was it all was done without disrupting any decor and keeping the floor completely intact, ending with a stunning "floating mural" hovering just above the floor.  

Our original design sets the foundation for LUMMA, a patented space divider system that is the winner of popular choice in Architizer's A+Award for best product + materials . The system incorporates eco-friendly materials in multiple colors, patterns and designs as well as custom artwork.

Kitchen layers by Adrian Levin

Open kitchen layouts can be interesting and fun. A layer of translucent panels adds texture, subdivides space and diffuses what's behind the scenes without feeling rushed to clean up.