Emanating in patterns
by Anna Moldenhauer | 4/3/2018
A luminaire whose light source remains hidden: Stefan Diez has designed “Guise” for Vibia.
The most groundbreaking of designers proposes the infinite part: combining Zen minimalism with his usual artistic cheek, Arik Levy has created RHYTHM, a hanging lamp capable of adopting infinite horizontal and vertical configurations. A design that is at once both rational and disruptive. This lamp is composed of different modules of stickers.
Each sticker can rotate on an axis and be positioned at the desired angle, adopting a wealth of combinations and looks: from soft waves to chaotic shapes. The simple, speedy online software will let the interior designer peruse different configurations until they find the one that best suits the space. The detailed programme incorporates LED technology and is available in a white lacquer finish or black, mink or matt red. Infinite visions, infinite compositions. RHYTHM lets each designer compose his or her own score.
|Emission class||A++ - A|
shades of brown
shades of red
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