An Authentic light sculpture floating in space

The Pin floor lamp collection is a daring lighting proposal from Japanese designer Ichiro Iwasaki for Vibia. Concepts such as continuity and comfort are explored with this new collection that brings together wall, floor and table lamps. The Pin collection is characterised by its delicate design and subtle, functional and minimalist expression while also being classic and contemporary.

The Pin floor lamps are ideal for reading lamps and can be integrated within any ambience in either traditional or more contemporary decors.

The LED source is exquisitely integrated within the Pin lamps.

Designed by

Ichiro Iwasaki

Ichiro Iwasaki





Design Concepts

Enjoy classics

Vibia Design Concept - Delicately - Soft hardness - Pin

Soft hardness

Visual accuracy

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