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Customisable products

colecciones configurables

Vibia presents a unique portfolio of modular lighting, providing lighting professionals the opportunity to participate in creating a unique design. The online tool invite users to participate by creating their own settings and configure the luminaire in space that fit the needs and desires of the project

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Custom finish

acabado personalizado

Discover the lamps that allow for customised finishes. The lighting professional can identify and select the exact RAL or Pantone finish to help integrate the fitting with the other features of the space where it will be located.

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Embedding Light

The light source is integrated with the product, adapting to its surrounding dimensions like liquid light, form and function freely expressed.


Spreading the light

Technology makes us free to extend the source of light and avoid predetermined formats, to surprise, to explore and push for new possibilities.

Light cascade

How to transport the light through a delicate texture, allowing it to flow and descend to rest on the architecture.

Tech friendly

Friendly technology, intimate and comfortable where light blends with furniture as if it were always an integral part.

Intrinsic light

Light flows within the object adapting to its volume allowing itself to be forged to provide new solutions through evolving formats.

Light is the material

Raw material constituting an integral part of a product’s essence, adjusting to its form and function.

Cosmic light

A subtly integrated point of light made manifest, where the luminous effect becomes the highlight, projected over surrounding surfaces.

Plenum emptyness

The sensation of a void filled with light, replete with energy, with a concise volume and well defined geometry.

© Eduardo Chillida

Light as formal extension

The stems of different lengths include truncated divisions that become formal extensions like adapted light points in order to provide light from different heights over different levels.

Invisible source

Between two curved walls, a light source, invisible, flowing in all directions providing great uniformity and a diffused texture.

© Guggenheim Museum