Insights

The Edit’s Insights section offers a wealth of inspiring ideas from Vibia’s network of creative collaborators around the world. We present interviews with leading designers and architects, who provide insight on their work, process, and unique point of view. You’ll also learn about the latest styles in interior design as well as innovative lamp and lighting technologies.

Chromatica – Introducing Vibia’s World of Color and Materiality

Chromatica from Vibia is an inspirational tool for the design and architecture professional.Chromatica takes in 23 curated colors chosen for their suitability in today’s architectural and design landscape. Vibia’s Chromatica color scale is based …

Insights-09/12/2020-

Stefan Diez Introduction

Munich-based Stefan Diez was born to a family of fourth-generation carpenters and trained as a cabinetmaker before studying industrial design at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart. After working for ...

Insights-08/09/2020-

Q&A: Josep Lluís Xuclà

Based in Barcelona, Josep Lluís Xuclà is the founder of his namesake design studio, known for interior design as well as lighting and furniture design. Xuclà’s work has earned international recognition over the ...

Insights-10/07/2020-

Ramos & Bassols Q&A

Barcelona-based Ramos & Bassols was founded in 2004 by industrial designers David Ramos and Jordi Bassols. Known for their clean-lined, contemporary take on furniture, lighting, and tableware, the boutique firm balances form, function and ...

Insights-09/06/2020-

Vibia Tube Collection: Behind the Design

Recalling the architecture of an urban grid, designer Ichiro Iwasaki’s Tube collection creates a striking landscape of conduits and shades. The customizable modular system is inspired by the idea that lighting expresses various ...

Insights-05/05/2020-

Biophilic Design With Vibia Lighting

From LEED buildings and sustainable materials to eco-friendly décor, design today is increasingly oriented to the environment. But the idea is not a new one: For decades designers have been inspired by “biophilia,” a ...