Unlike design editor companies, the B.Lux Group has its own manufacturing plant, which allows us to incorporate the highest manufacturing processes into our products. This flexible production makes it possible for us to customise our lamps and our service, and offer our customers an immediate delivery schedule.

We have premises covering 5,000 m2 in Gizaburuaga (Bizkaia, Spain), dedicated to editing, developing and manufacturing lamps, where we explore materials and new technical solutions, with a view making life easier for our customers. In Berriz (Bizkaia, Spain) we have another plant spanning 1,000 m2, which houses our finished product and commercial areas.

The quality of our products and the utmost respect for the environment are strategic values for the B.Lux Group. Hence, the company has been certified in accordance with the ISO Standard 9001:2000. Furthermore, many of the products in our catalogue have been endorsed by the N and ENEC certificates, as well as Gost R, or are currently undergoing certification. B.Lux has been authorised by cUL to manufacture lamps with the cUL mark (listed).

Collaboration with top external designers has always been a cornerstone of our trajectory and growth. This strategy, which is widespread today, was not so common in the early 80s, when we embarked on our first collaborative experience with Guillermo Capdevilla, who designed the successful Belux System. Since then, we have focused on channelling the creative wealth of established professionals and talented up-and-coming designers with a view to offering a coherent, innovative and up-to-the-minute product range.

At the B.Lux Group, we manufacture lamps for the home, along with equipment for projects and installations. We understand that lighting is an essential element of architecture, which is why we strive to create lighting solutions that can be integrated into all kinds of architectural projects. In many cases, these are custom-made lamps. As manufacturers of bespoke solutions, we have collaborated with leading architects from the national and international scene, such as Frank O. Gehry and Francisco Mangado, who have enriched our experiences in the world of lighting.