Long-time domestic manufacturer Fine Art Lamps has announced Rene Quintana and Laura Goldblum will acquire the Miami-based company from second-generation owner Max Blumberg. Blumberg’s father founded Fine Art Lamps in 1940, growing the company into a recognized producer of high-end luxury lighting goods, attracting buyers from around the world.
“The future is bright for Fine Art Lamps,” says Quintana. “We are thrilled to take the helm at a company which has set the international standard for hand-made lighting, and to help it reach new levels of excellence in the years to come.”
“Our biggest opportunity is to stay relevant among today’s marketplace and design world, attracting new generations to our craft,” adds Goldblum. “We’re always focused first and foremost on creating new and exciting designs, and that is something we will passionately stay committed to during this next phase in our company’s journey.”
The new leadership plans to consolidate the company’s numerous manufacturing and glass facilities into one state-of-the-art space opening next year. Beyond regular product offerings, Quintana and Goldblum also intend to bring Fine Art Lamp’s legacy to a wider audience, expanding its hospitality and contract work with high-end hotels and living facilities.