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Break outdoor floor lamps

are a Xuclà & Alemany design for Vibia. The Break floor lamp collection brings together three lighting models all of which are suitable for exterior use.
The design of these Break lamps integrates perfectly with the minimalist aesthetic, recalling a cubic sculpture with a recess from which light escapes.
Break outdoor lighting offers users a range of finishes that allows it to be integrated within diverse environments: from industrial and urban concrete expanses to more picturesque oxidised rust and lacquered kaki. The methacrylate shade diffuser is more than capable of withstanding harsh exterior conditions.

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Xucla & Alemany

Xucla & Alemany

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