VIBIA DESIGN LAMPS PAR EXCELLENCE
Vibia Lamps has a catalog constantly evolving to meet the needs of interior design. Vibia also collaborates with different design teams in generating many new and exciting projects.
But the best way to know the excellence of its products is through their works. Design lamps Vibia can be found all over the world. Today we present a small sample:
GEMCORP OFFICES IN LONDON
The development of this project was conducted by Tamara Muradova, and its study, Archiproba.
It emphasizes the use of the Vibia lamp Match used at different times by different configurations offering, combining colors and angles for perfect harmony in all areas of the offices.
ESKER FOUNDATION ART GALLERY. CANADÁ
Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning Ltd architect chose Vibia Ameba luminaire for Esker Foundation Art Gallery.
Like a red carpet framed a path on the floor, lamps Design AMEBA create a guided tour for visitors to the Esker Foundation, from the entrance to the reception area and to the gallery, drawing with light and art pure one space visual interest.
PRIVATE ATTIC IN TEL AVIV
The architect Orly Avron Alkabes Vibia chose a selection of lamps to illuminate the attic of the Israeli capital. These include the Link, Fold and Rhythm models.
His intention was that the lights were included as a component of architecture: during the day dressed spaces with sculptural forms and, at night, create shocking effects that bring a new dimension to project light.
HOTEL QUIRK, RICHMOND
In an old building inspired by the Italian Renaissance, located in the heart of historic Broad Street shopping district, is one of the historical landmarks of Richmond, built early last century to house a large department store.
After closing for renovation, it reopened as Quirk Hotel, Wireflow Chandelier lamp hangs in the reception, complementing the lobby vintage pieces and adhering to both the design code of the hotel. Its elegant shape resembles the structure of classical chandeliers, acting as a transition piece into contemporary forms and technologies.