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Think Community !

 These are trying times for individuals, businesses and the community alike. At Luminosa, fortunately, we are able to continue to service the community.

During the last 6 months, we have taken the time to strengthen relationships with our clients and suppliers as well as give back to our community. Through best practices, we continue to make our signature hand made lighting.

We have adjusted our supply chain, emphasizing locally made and manufactured. Did you know we make 95 % of our lighting within a 160-mile radius of our workshop? 

We have also been fortunate to contribute to our local community in this time of need delivering food and supplies to those most in need also assisting people mobilize as they adapt to changes in their lives.

 

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Luminosa goes large !

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Luminosa goes large !

It was an honor to work with clients Unwined in Alexandria, Virginia and the prestigious architectural and engineering group HGA in 2019 on one of the largest and most ambitious projects we have worked on to date !

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Felices Fiestas !

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Felices Fiestas !

There are many special traditions surrounding Christmas in Mexico. Some of these originated in Spain and others developed due to Mexico's unique and particular history. The festivities surrounding Christmas last through much of the month of December, but in fact, the Christmas season isn't well and truly over until February 2nd. The traditional Christmas parties, the Posadas officially begin on the 16th of December one each day for nine days leading up to Christmas day. Although many Mexican families have Christmas trees, nativity scenes are a more common Christmas decoration and many families place elaborate Nativity scenes in their homes...

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Hand making a pendant light

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Hand making a pendant light

To make glass by hand is an amazing sensation, the heat, timing, dexterous necessity, teamwork. Taking a gob of gooey dripping molten glass from a furnace and over time manipulating, reheating , blowing and forming the glass into an object is not always easy and even we sometimes make mistakes or take a few turns to get it right ! However making an object for a client is incredible! To design and make an object for somebody is not just a challenge but an honor, and that's what we do here at Luminosa™ Yes we have a range of lighting...

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The day of the dead

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The day of the dead

The day of the dead or El dia de los muertos is a day of celebration not of sadness. It´s a day the family reunites and remembers the family no longer physically present.

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