Layers of Light: introducing table lamps from the Flat collecion

9th November, 2020

Created by the renowned Japanese designer Ichiro Iwasaki, the Flat table lamp is defined by simple metal plates that form horizontal planes of light. The distinctive diffusers reflect light off their surfaces, casting an enveloping glow and integrating with the surrounding architecture.

Vibia The Edit - Layers of Light: the Flat collecion
Vibia The Edit - Layers of Light: the Flat collecion
Vibia The Edit - Layers of Light: the Flat collecion

A study in geometry, the LED-powered lamp combines sculptural spheres and lean vertical lines that rise from an angular base. Delicate in design yet graphic in character, it embodies Iwasaki’s signature aesthetic. Its minimalist form achieves maximum function as each streamlined disc contains and directs the light, appearing illuminated from within.

Vibia The Edit - Layers of Light: the Flat collecion
Vibia The Edit - Layers of Light: the Flat collecion

The fixture is available with a disc or a shelf-like plate that doubles as furniture, its diminutive proportions lending it an intimate sensibility. The light reflects downward, creating a soft luminescence over the surface on which it rests.

Vibia The Edit - Layers of Light: the Flat collecion
Vibia The Edit - Layers of Light: the Flat collecion

Available in comes in a choice of terra red, green, black and grey finishes, seamlessly integrating into any space, lending a soothing, Zen sensibility.

Vibia The Edit - Layers of Light: the Flat collecion