B.lux's new lamps light up cinema and television sets

New lighting designs by the manufacturing brand B.lux have been selected by the decorators for several TV programs, series and movies in Spain to illuminate their sets and stages. This distinction is nothing new to B.lux, which has been furnishing major television and film producers with lamps for years.

This is the third edition of the program Top Chef, aired by Antena 3, on which B.lux lamps have been featured on set. This time around the Speers Wood S suspension lamp, designed by David Abad, can be seen in the pantryof the show’s kitchens. Meanwhile, Telecinco's mystery series La Verdad (The Truth)opted for Aspen suspension lamps, designed by Werner Aisslinger, to illuminate its police station. Other lamps, such as the Bluebird and Ronda, by Jorge Pensi, have been installed on other sets of the series.

Meanwhile, the Keshi and Speers collections, designed by David Abad; the Overlay, by Tim Brauns; and the Hoodie, by Werner Aisslinger, illuminate TVE's new series Servir y Proteger (To Serve and Protect). B.lux lamps can also be found in the movies, such as in Morir, directed by Fernando Franco, with the Overlay and Wire Light lamps.

Founded in 1980, B.lux is a manufacturer of contemporary design lamps located in the Basque country.