Vibia presents Tube by Japanese designer Ichiro Iwasaki. The lighting system consists of a network of tubes that bring the light from a specific single point to various light shades that can be positioned as required. The design is simultaneously precise and yet provides interior designers and architects with unlimited freedom to generate different configurations.
|Family ||Tube |
|Designer ||Ichiro Iwasaki |
|Materials ||Polycarbonate diffuser and aluminum screen |
|Light source ||LED |
Tube draws attention to the installation itself, making evident that which is normally hidden, incorporated as if it were a compositional feature. But above all capable of bringing the light to four separate points from a single switch.
The color options for the aluminum light shades include three different tones of grey: light, medium and graphite as well as off-white. Made in four different dimensions that can be combined if required and assembled at different heights and distances apart.
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|Centralized control for up to four lights ||Hanging and surface mounted aluminum shades ||Combinations of colors can be mixed and matched |
Vibia provides a ceiling version to complement the hanging option. Other combinations can be adapted to the requirements of each and every architectural space in alternating point and ambient lighting.