Structural lighting collection from Vibia is designed by Arik Levy and features wall and ceiling luminaires. With the design of Structural, Arik Levy has come up with an innovative system where light, architecture, and sculptural form come together. Slender metal rods both join and separate the glowing boxes, disconnecting the light from its power source and casting it precisely where needed. Structural traces spatial coordinates, connecting points of light, and joining planes that underline its architectonic character. As with almost most of Levy’s designs, the system illustrates his double faceted career as an industrial designer, and sculptor.
Structural is inspired by the flame burning braziers used for lighting in antiquity. Arik Levy transforms them into contemporary receptacles that give off an intense and lively LED light. The indirect lighting effect and composition of volumes provide a nuanced light through a playful game of light and shade. The Structural lighting collection provides a timeless design that will integrate with any ambience: from contemporary to historical interiors.
For the compact wall lamps, the composition of displaced parallelograms frames the bi-directionality of the light beam with a powerful effect. For the larger versions, the wall planes are highlighted with a luminous effect that establishes an ambience of lighting inter-connections: Intimate and yet large scale. The ceiling lamps express poetic rationalism.
Structural features an aluminium diffuser and is available in two different colour options: cream and graphite, reflecting their architectonic language. The fixture provides a flexible solution for any interior. Its modules are available in myriad depths and widths and pair with metal rods that take personalised paths across a ceiling. It can be displayed alone or in unique groupings to highlight a room’s architectural features or décor, making a striking minimalist statement.