Vibia presented innovative, practical and poetic new lighting families at the most recent edition of Euroluce.
GUISE, by Stefan Diez, a collection of lights that transforms its materiality into the medium of the light itself;
The outdoor collection JUNE, by Emiliana Design Studio, including suspended and table top lamp versions that provide a versatile lighting feature for summer celebrations;
The concave curves of MUSA, by Note Design Studio, a collection of wall sconce, table and floor lamps that combine hand blown opal glass and feminine reflective surfaces;
A new version of NORTH, by Arik Levy, a hybrid pendant/floor lamp that deconstructs its elements bringing light precisely where it’s required;
Timeless contemporary classic PALMA, by Antoni Arola, that combines hand blown spherical diffusers with metal strap plant holders;
STRUCTURAL, by Arik Levy, a collection of lights that inhabits the junctions of walls and ceilings in an architectural sculpture;
TUBE, designed by Ichiro Iwasaki a suspended light fitting composed of screens connected to the ceiling by tubular support structures;
FINE by Maurici Ginés and Victor Vinyamata, a collection of wall lights that creates light and shade effects through its geometric forms;
DUO is a collection of ceiling lights by Ramos & Bassols expressed in warm organic forms provided by a wood interior;
TEMPO by Lievore Altherr a collection of 3 archetypical lamps within a single system that provides combinations of direct and indirect lighting.