The home’s downstairs area offered a unique challenge because of its limited natural light. The solution? They selected Vibia’s Link XXL by Ramón Esteve for the 1970s-inspired sunken den. Mimicking the effect of a skylight, the modular fixture features three connected panels of different shapes and sizes.
Recalling an urban skyline, the crisp, cubic volumes create a customised ceiling silhouette that appears integrated into the architecture. Link’s unique geometric profile makes it appear as if the light is entering the interior at different heights, lending radiance and warmth.
Its distinctive design is composed of a pair of concentric spheres, a shape that accentuates the lighting source in the centre while casting a reflected glow from the periphery of the rings.
Centric’s circular silhouette also mirrors the gentle curve of the stairway and the wall’s pale color palette.