With summer in sight, it’s a good time to start considering one’s outdoor space and whether it suits one’s needs—both practical and aesthetic. One way to do this is with proper lighting, which can help make an alfresco area as functional and well designed as an indoor room. Vibia offers a range of innovative outdoor collections, several of which have been updated with new finishes and features.
With its oversized scale and striking silhouette, Wind by Jordi Vilardell makes a towering statement. The drum shade is intricately woven of fibreglass, creating a compelling webbed texture. Wind is offered in a pendant as well as three different sizes of floor lamp, and is newly available in a choice of brown, green, and ocre red finishes.
Designed by Ramón Esteve, Origami is inspired by the Japanese art form for which it’s named. It consists of a pair of architectural modules that can be arranged in customised designs, generating a striking play of light and shadows.
Origami is now offered in white, brown, terra dark and green finishes.
At once organic and architectural, Palo Alto lends an outdoor space the look of illuminated landscaping. In an update to the LED-powered design by Xuclà, the fixture now gives off a greater amount of light more efficiently.