Mexico City Showroom

Photo by Fabian Martinez

Photo by Fabian Martinez

Photo by Fabian Martinez

L'AVIVA HOME'S

NEW SPACE IN

MEXICO CITY

We’re thrilled to share that our new space in CDMX is featured in the just-released April issue of AD Mexico. Mexico City has been a de facto home base for us at L’Aviva Home for many years–as a city where we continually draw inspiration and energy, and as a point from which to be nearer to our workshops and teams throughout both Mexico and South America. It gives us great pleasure to now have a permanent home here.

The space is an ode to our love of Mexico, and to the people we have met, the friends we have made, and the talented hands and minds that have entered into our orbit here at L’Aviva Home. It’s our creative space, our showroom, and a place to host friends, clients, and our team.

L'AVIVA HOME'S

NEW SPACE IN

MEXICO CITY

We’re thrilled to share that our new space in CDMX is featured in the just-released April issue of AD Mexico. Mexico City has been a de facto home base for us at L’Aviva Home for many years–as a city where we continually draw inspiration and energy, and as a point from which to be nearer to our workshops and teams throughout both Mexico and South America. It gives us great pleasure to now have a permanent home here.

The space is an ode to our love of Mexico, and to the people we have met, the friends we have made, and the talented hands and minds that have entered into our orbit here at L’Aviva Home. It’s our creative space, our showroom, and a place to host friends, clients, and our team.

Photo by Fabian Martinez

“De la misma forma que nuestras colecciones evolucionan en función de las personas que
conocemos y las experiencias que tenemos, este espacio evolucionará continuamente.”

“In the same way that our collections evolve according to the people that we meet and the experiences that we have, this space will also continually evolve.”

Photo by Fabian Martinez

“De la misma forma que nuestras colecciones evolucionan en función de las personas que
conocemos y las experiencias que tenemos, este espacio evolucionará continuamente.”

“In the same way that our collections evolve according to the people that we meet and the experiences that we have, this space will also continually evolve.”

Photo by Fabian Martinez

Photo by Maureen M. Evans, Styled by Tessa Watson

  • tobola, blown glass pendant light
    $1,950.00$1,975.00

    This collection is inspired by the distinctive shape and character of the piña—the heart of the agave plant—from which mezcal is made. Each lamp is individually and expertly coaxed to form in Oaxaca, where mezcal has played a vital spiritual and ritualistic role in community life for centuries. The handblown forms capture the beautiful heft of the piña, revealed in the undulating glass structures. The lamps reflect an organic symmetry that nods to both the role of nature and to that of the human hand.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

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Agave Collection
Tobalá Pendant

  • brass metal hardware finish for the agave light fixtures.
    $1,950.00$1,975.00

    This collection is inspired by the distinctive shape and character of the piña—the heart of the agave plant—from which mezcal is made. Each lamp is individually and expertly coaxed to form in Oaxaca, where mezcal has played a vital spiritual and ritualistic role in community life for centuries. The handblown forms capture the beautiful heft of the piña, revealed in the undulating glass structures. The lamps reflect an organic symmetry that nods to both the role of nature and to that of the human hand.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

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Photo by Maureen M. Evans, Styled by Tessa Watson

  • tobola, blown glass pendant light
    $1,950.00$1,975.00

    This collection is inspired by the distinctive shape and character of the piña—the heart of the agave plant—from which mezcal is made. Each lamp is individually and expertly coaxed to form in Oaxaca, where mezcal has played a vital spiritual and ritualistic role in community life for centuries. The handblown forms capture the beautiful heft of the piña, revealed in the undulating glass structures. The lamps reflect an organic symmetry that nods to both the role of nature and to that of the human hand.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

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  • brass metal hardware finish for the agave light fixtures.
    $1,950.00$1,975.00

    This collection is inspired by the distinctive shape and character of the piña—the heart of the agave plant—from which mezcal is made. Each lamp is individually and expertly coaxed to form in Oaxaca, where mezcal has played a vital spiritual and ritualistic role in community life for centuries. The handblown forms capture the beautiful heft of the piña, revealed in the undulating glass structures. The lamps reflect an organic symmetry that nods to both the role of nature and to that of the human hand.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

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Agave Collection
Tobalá Pendant

Photo by Fabian Martinez

Martillado Collection
Morado Sconce

Photo by Fabian Martinez

Martillado Collection
Morado Sconce

  • Atzompa Collection
    Diamantes Pendant Light, Size A

    $1,775.00$1,875.00

    Our Atzompa Collection is created in the Oaxacan town of Santa María Atzompa, where the pottery-making tradition has roots tracing back to ancient Zapotec culture.

    Building on this tradition, we formed a partnership with master artisan Eligio Zarate, whose family has for generations worked to bring innovation to this centuries-old craft.

    Using a red clay that comes from local mountains, the pendant lights in this collection are first given form within custom gesso molds. Emerging from the molds, the repeating openwork designs—which play on motifs that are carved in to the stone at Mitla, the neighboring archeological ruins—are meticulously cut out one by one. Each piece is then treated with a finish before entering into a final kiln firing.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

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    3D MODEL—White-Washed Finish
    3D MODEL—Esmalte Verde Finish
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  • Atzompa Collection
    Ajedrez Pendant Light, Size A

    $1,775.00$1,875.00

    Our Atzompa Collection is created in the Oaxacan town of Santa María Atzompa, where the pottery-making tradition has roots tracing back to ancient Zapotec culture.

    Building on this tradition, we formed a partnership with master artisan Eligio Zarate, whose family has for generations worked to bring innovation to this centuries-old craft.

    Using a red clay that comes from local mountains, the pendant lights in this collection are first given form within custom gesso molds. Emerging from the molds, the repeating openwork designs—which play on motifs that are carved in to the stone at Mitla, the neighboring archeological ruins—are meticulously cut out one by one. Each piece is then treated with a finish before entering into a final kiln firing.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

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    3D MODEL—White-Washed Finish
    3D MODEL—Esmalte Verde Finish
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Atzompa Collection
Esmalte Verde Pendant

Photo by Fabian Martinez

Photo by Fabian Martinez

  • Atzompa Collection
    Diamantes Pendant Light, Size A

    $1,775.00$1,875.00

    Our Atzompa Collection is created in the Oaxacan town of Santa María Atzompa, where the pottery-making tradition has roots tracing back to ancient Zapotec culture.

    Building on this tradition, we formed a partnership with master artisan Eligio Zarate, whose family has for generations worked to bring innovation to this centuries-old craft.

    Using a red clay that comes from local mountains, the pendant lights in this collection are first given form within custom gesso molds. Emerging from the molds, the repeating openwork designs—which play on motifs that are carved in to the stone at Mitla, the neighboring archeological ruins—are meticulously cut out one by one. Each piece is then treated with a finish before entering into a final kiln firing.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

    SPEC SHEET
    INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS
    3D MODEL—White-Washed Finish
    3D MODEL—Esmalte Verde Finish
    3D MODEL—Terracotta Finish

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  • Atzompa Collection
    Ajedrez Pendant Light, Size A

    $1,775.00$1,875.00

    Our Atzompa Collection is created in the Oaxacan town of Santa María Atzompa, where the pottery-making tradition has roots tracing back to ancient Zapotec culture.

    Building on this tradition, we formed a partnership with master artisan Eligio Zarate, whose family has for generations worked to bring innovation to this centuries-old craft.

    Using a red clay that comes from local mountains, the pendant lights in this collection are first given form within custom gesso molds. Emerging from the molds, the repeating openwork designs—which play on motifs that are carved in to the stone at Mitla, the neighboring archeological ruins—are meticulously cut out one by one. Each piece is then treated with a finish before entering into a final kiln firing.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

    SPEC SHEET
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    3D MODEL—White-Washed Finish
    3D MODEL—Esmalte Verde Finish
    3D MODEL—Terracotta Finish

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Atzompa Collection
Esmalte Verde Pendant

Photo by Maureen M. Evans, Styled by Tessa Watson

  • lit modern stone sconce light fixture in travertine marble and a tala bulb.
    $2,375.00

    Our Piedra lighting takes its inspiration from the stone masks of the ancient civilization of Teotihuacán. Carved in the Mexican city of Tecali — which means ‘stone house’ in Nahuatl — these wall sconces and semi-flush mount lights draw on the clean lines, defined angles, and streamlined silhouettes that epitomize the pre-Colombian stone masks. Sculpted from carefully chosen marble or onyx, each piece reflects the unique character of the individual stone from which it is formed.

    Leadtime 6-8 weeks.

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Piedra Collection
Travertine Marble Sconce

Photo by Maureen M. Evans, Styled by Tessa Watson

  • lit modern stone sconce light fixture in travertine marble and a tala bulb.
    $2,375.00

    Our Piedra lighting takes its inspiration from the stone masks of the ancient civilization of Teotihuacán. Carved in the Mexican city of Tecali — which means ‘stone house’ in Nahuatl — these wall sconces and semi-flush mount lights draw on the clean lines, defined angles, and streamlined silhouettes that epitomize the pre-Colombian stone masks. Sculpted from carefully chosen marble or onyx, each piece reflects the unique character of the individual stone from which it is formed.

    Leadtime 6-8 weeks.

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    3D MODEL–PIEDRA SCONCE

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Piedra Collection
Travertine Marble Sconce

Photo by Maureen M. Evans, Styled by Tessa Watson

  • lit modern stone sconce light fixture in terra onyx and a tala bulb.
    $2,375.00

    Our Piedra lighting takes its inspiration from the stone masks of the ancient civilization of Teotihuacán. Carved in the Mexican city of Tecali — which means ‘stone house’ in Nahuatl — these wall sconces and semi-flush mount lights draw on the clean lines, defined angles, and streamlined silhouettes that epitomize the pre-Colombian stone masks. Sculpted from carefully chosen marble or onyx, each piece reflects the unique character of the individual stone from which it is formed.

    Leadtime 6-8 weeks.

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Piedra Collection
Terra Onyx Sconce

Photo by Fabian Martinez

Photo by Maureen M. Evans, Styled by Tessa Watson

  • lit modern stone sconce light fixture in terra onyx and a tala bulb.
    $2,375.00

    Our Piedra lighting takes its inspiration from the stone masks of the ancient civilization of Teotihuacán. Carved in the Mexican city of Tecali — which means ‘stone house’ in Nahuatl — these wall sconces and semi-flush mount lights draw on the clean lines, defined angles, and streamlined silhouettes that epitomize the pre-Colombian stone masks. Sculpted from carefully chosen marble or onyx, each piece reflects the unique character of the individual stone from which it is formed.

    Leadtime 6-8 weeks.

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    3D MODEL–PIEDRA SCONCE

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Piedra Collection
Terra Onyx Sconce

Photo by Fabian Martinez

Photo by Fabian Martinez

Photo by Maureen M. Evans, Styled by Tessa Watson

  • $2,550.00$4,025.00

    Celosías–wooden latticework–have played a recurring role in Mexican history. From the country’s deep relationship with religion to its Modernist architecture, Mexico’s appreciation for function and beauty is invoked in these structured forms. The wood partitions shield against the intense Mexican sun while allowing gentle, filtered light to shine through.

    In designing this collection of lighting, we recontextualized the concept of celosías while paying homage to the traditional craft. Mirroring the disciplined workmanship of the latticework, the fixtures’ clean lines and floating geometric volumes cast a diffused glow.

    Our Celosía Collection is created in collaboration with master woodworker Isaac Castañeda in the Mexican state of Guanajuato and is crafted entirely by hand from locally and responsibly harvested mesquite hardwood.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

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    3D MODEL–Size A
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Celosía Collection
Vertical Pendant

Photo by Fabian Martinez

  • $2,550.00$4,025.00

    Celosías–wooden latticework–have played a recurring role in Mexican history. From the country’s deep relationship with religion to its Modernist architecture, Mexico’s appreciation for function and beauty is invoked in these structured forms. The wood partitions shield against the intense Mexican sun while allowing gentle, filtered light to shine through.

    In designing this collection of lighting, we recontextualized the concept of celosías while paying homage to the traditional craft. Mirroring the disciplined workmanship of the latticework, the fixtures’ clean lines and floating geometric volumes cast a diffused glow.

    Our Celosía Collection is created in collaboration with master woodworker Isaac Castañeda in the Mexican state of Guanajuato and is crafted entirely by hand from locally and responsibly harvested mesquite hardwood.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

    SPEC SHEET
    3D MODEL–Size A
    3D MODEL–Size B
    3D MODEL–Size C

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Celosía Collection
Vertical Pendant

Photo by Maureen M. Evans, Styled by Tessa Watson

Martillado Collection
Morado Sconce

Martillado Collection
Tarara Sconce

Photo by Maureen M. Evans, Styled by Tessa Watson

Photo by Maureen M. Evans, Styled by Tessa Watson

Martillado Collection
Tarara Sconce

Martillado Collection
Morado Sconce

Photo by Maureen M. Evans. Styled by Tessa Watson.

  • Saddle Lamp Capa Pednant in Almendra Leather
    $2,575.00

    Board-formed leather shade with brass hardware.

    The lamps in this collection are inspired by Colombia’s equestrian heritage, layered with a jewel-toned color palette that takes inspiration from the works of Colombian artist Fernando Botero.

    Talabartero translates as ‘master saddler,’ and the collection draws upon the expert craftsmanship and fine detailing—the stitching, the braiding and the hand tooling—that characterize the best of vintage saddles from the area.

    Each lamp is crafted from natural grain board-formed leather, guided by the same formation techniques as those used in fashioning saddles, with curves reminiscent of the figures in Botero’s paintings.

    We’ve partnered with master craftsman Edgar Beltrán Jaramillo and the skilled team in his Bogotá-based workshop to bring this collection to life.

    Leadtime 8-10 weeks.

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    3D MODEL–CAPA PENDANT

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