VIBIA match sculpts lighting compositions of chaotic harmony
 

VIBIA match sculpts lighting compositions of chaotic harmony

 

converting ceilings into beautiful works of art, the VIBIA ‘match’ is a sculptural lighting design that composes in chaotic harmony. the system conceives a new option in bespoke lighting solutions, where architects, interior design and lighting professionals can generate multiple unique and custom creations. these can be adapted to fit the characteristics and requirements of individual projects, highlighting key areas of space, such as bar counters, reception desks and store displays.

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designed by barcelona-born designers jordi vilardell and meritxell vidal, the VIBIA ‘match’ appears more complex as the number of light points increase. by folding over each other and varying in heights, they create a composition of tangled lines that form a highly abstract sculpture. the design utilizes efficient LED technology that generates a pleasant, comforting and functional light, matching style with high performance.

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adaptable for both home and public spaces by illuminating areas such as kitchens as well as restaurants and shops, the versatile design of ‘match‘ is available in either matt white lacquer or matt graphite lacquer. as well, it is defined by its fine steel rods and LED terminals, which are made from aluminum. via the website of the barcelona-based lighting manufacturer, creatives can play around with the light, personalizing and visualizing an infinite amount of configurations in quick time.

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