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North Wins Metropolis Likes Award 2019

2019-05-28T09:43:21+00:005/28/2019 |

Vibia’s North Floor Pendant, designed by Arik Levy, is the winner of #MetropolisLikes 2019, the prestigious award assigned by Metropolis Magazine. Besides the public mention, Metropolis Magazine will donate to the winners a physical ...

Vibia and Euroluce: View Video Highlights

2019-04-17T14:26:17+00:004/17/2019 |

Vibia recently wrapped up its participation in Euroluce 2019, the world’s premier lighting exhibition. With a boldly designed booth that debuted 10 new collections from renowned international designers, the event was an exciting ...

Euroluce 2019: Vibia Unveils 10 New Lighting Collections

2019-04-16T16:54:39+00:004/15/2019 |

Vibia’s participation in Euroluce 2019, the premier international lighting exhibition held in Milan every two years, represented a major success and an exciting benchmark for the brand. Our booth—a reflection of Vibia’s identity and evolution as a company—reveals our brand’s precise, architectural sensibility combined with a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Musa: A Poetic Expression of Light

2019-04-01T10:07:30+00:004/01/2019 |

Designed by Kristoffer Fagerström and Charlotte Ackerman of the Stockholm collective Note Design Studio, the new Musa collection for Vibia is inspired by nature’s poetic delicacy.

Vibia’s Duo: Behind the Design

2019-03-28T19:46:20+00:002/04/2019 |

  Ramos & Bassols relate the technical challenges in using natural materials combined with industrial ones in their latest project for Vibia.     A striking combination of warm wood and industrial ...

Vibia Lights Up the Stunning Retreat at Blue Lagoon

2019-01-23T13:37:21+00:001/08/2019 |

Named one of National Geographic’s 25 Wonders of the World, Iceland’s Blue Lagoon is internationally renowned for its geothermal healing seawater and otherworldly volcanic landscape. Built directly into the 800-year-old lava flow in the ...

Trend Watch: Wood Lighting Fixtures

2018-12-17T12:52:15+00:0011/09/2018 |

Prized for it strength and durability, wood was a perennial favorite in traditional design and architecture. But modernism moved away from this earthy medium, turning instead to new, man-made materials.     These days, ...

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