The Grupo B.lux Story
Grupo B.Lux evolved out of the Herriola S. Coop., which was established in Markina, Spain in 1980. The Belux Lighting system was designed shortly thereafter by Guillermo Capdevilla, and laid the foundation for Grupo B.Lux's emergence as a modern lighting leader.
A successful design collaboration with Jorge Pensi in 1987 proved the turning point for the company. In 1989, Grupo B.lux was officially born, specializing in contemporary lighting designs innovative in both form and use of materials.
Why We Love Grupo B.lux Lighting
Grupo B.lux covers all contemporary lighting needs, both indoors and out. Today, B.Lux offers three lighting lines: Deco (decorative), Urban (exterior), and Tech (technical lighting). These lines are split between B.Lux, which comprises the more decorative side of lighting, and Vanlux, which focuses on more technical architectural fixtures. Their table lamps, floor lamps and ceiling lights feature cutting edge designs and seamless quality, due to relationships with numerous renowned designers and in-house manufacturing and quality control.
Fun Facts About Grupo B.lux
The Regina and Olympia lighting collections designed by Jorge Pensi in 1987 were the first polished aluminum lamps on the market. The best Grupo B.lux Lighting products are offered in the US by Global Lighting, which also distributes Forestier, Secto Design and Taller Uno.
Noteworthy Lighting from Grupo B.lux
The pieces most representative of the company include the Golden Age of Radio/microphone-inspired RCA Collection, the sun-inspired, spherical Helios Pendants and, of course, the one that started it all, the Regina Table Lamp.