About John Rizzi
John Rizzi was educated in industrial design and learned from the masters by helping develop designs by Michael Graves, Neils Diffrient, Richard Sapper and Massimo and Leila Vignelli. He began his own practice in 1985 and over the past two decades has designed bike accessories, office furniture systems, lounge seating, tables and lighting for major national and international companies. Rizzi's design process is rigorous, analytic and self-critical. His work has won IDSA, APEX, Contract Magazine and NEOCON Best Products Gold and Silver awards. His designs for Landscape Forms include the Parc Vue bench and receptacle, Parc Centre tables and chairs, and the Parc Lounge chair and ottoman.
'LEO is an area light with a no-frills, simple aesthetic that is at home with any architectural style or site design in urban or park settings. The precision of LEO’s light direction offers a sense of security in open areas with minimal glare, enhancing the visual experience for a person standing directly below the light and providing superior visibility, high color rendering, and zero uplight. LEO area lights are available in single, dual, and staggered configurations, and with 12’, 16’, 20’ and 25’ pole heights. Tenon-mounted luminaires can be fit to existing poles. LEO lights are cast aluminum and offered in a full color palette finished with Landscape Forms proprietary Pangard II HAPS, VOC, and lead-free polyester powdercoat.