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Wireflow Lineal

An Authentic light sculpture floating in space

The Wireflow Lineal are hanging lamps designed by Arik Levy. The 2D Wireflow by Vibia is characterized principally by its black electrical cable supported by a structure of lacquered metal rods with a 3W LED light source. The black electrical cable and metal rod structure that defines this collection traces pure minimalistic forms in two dimensions to create a captivating graphic feel. The Wireflow 2D lamps are available in different versions with 2, 6 and 10 LED versions.

 

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Arik Levy

Arik Levy

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