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Garden Path Lighting Solutions from Vibia

2019-07-31T14:25:44+00:0031/07/2019 |

One of summer’s simple pleasures is spending time in the garden—particularly those that beckon with lovely landscaping and well-designed details. Ensuring a garden and its walkway are properly illuminated help make the most of the space, showcasing the natural beauty and brightening the path while drawing attention to specific spots. Vibia offers a range of lighting solutions especially suited to this task, fixtures that integrate with the environment in both form, material, and finish colours.

 

Vibia - Stories - Garden Path Lighting - Palo Alto

 

Designed by Xuclà, Palo Alto is at once natural and architectural. Its sleek, angular silhouette is available in various minimalist shapes and earthy brown and green finishes, recalling a tree whose form blends into outdoor settings seamlessly. The upper reaches of the steel “branches” are imbedded with slim swaths of LEDs, casting a diffuse downward glow to guide one along a garden path.

 

Vibia - Stories - Garden Path Lighting - Bamboo

 

Reminiscent of its namesake plant, the Bamboo floor lamp by Antoni Arola and Enric Rodríguez features a slender stalk studded with LEDs. The organic profile perfectly lends itself to a garden environment, serving as a subtle punctuation point on a walkway and casting a warm wash of light. Bamboo ranges in height from 90 to 270 centimeters and comes in natural khaki, rust, and stone finishes.

 

Vibia - Stories - Garden Path Lighting - June

 

The June floor lamp by Emiliana Design Studio was inspired by traditional Chinese lanterns lighting the night sky in summer. Luminous LED-powered spheres are affixed to a lean stem like buds on a branch, bathing surfaces in a soft, indirect glow. June is available in matte lacquered brown with one sphere and a height of 80 centimeters or two spheres and a height of 120 centimeters.

 

Vibia - Stories - Garden Path Lighting - Brisa

 

True to its name, which means breeze in Spanish, Brisa is delicate and graceful. Designed by Lievore, Altherr, Molina, its long, slender stem is topped with a hanging, conical shade that captures the bloom’s languid look. Offered with one, three, or five revolving arms, it resembles a solitary plant or grouping of flowers in khaki or rust finish options. The LED-powered floor lamp casts a warm, bright beam, ideal for focused illumination along a walkway.

 

Vibia - Stories - Garden Path Lighting - Break

Vibia - Stories - Garden Path Lighting - Break

 

A Xuclà and Alemany design, Break conjures a collection of rocks found in nature. The floor lamp is offered in two avant-garde styles: a beveled cube that casts a strong beam of downward light over the surrounding area and a pair of blocky volumes stacked atop one another, the space between them allowing LED-powered light to pass through. Break comes in khaki lacquer, rust lacquer, and concrete finishes.

 

 

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