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Fold, the three-dimensional Lighting of Vibia designed by Arik Levy

FOLD by Vibia: lights and shapes that create the feeling of a slightly curved piece of paper. Designed by Arik Levy, FOLD is a wall-art lighting concept, both functional and decorative, in which light and volumes become an integral part of the design. Vibia’s new lighting collection brings walls to life with a unique game of indirect lighting and shadows. The result is a magical three-dimensional effect, subtle and easy to work with and imagine. Like a paint brush in the hands of an artist, FOLD becomes a creativity platform for professionals in the fields of architecture and interior design. FOLD surface with aluminum diffuser lets you draw and colour in your walls, creating a mosaic light fixture. Available in matt beige lacquer, matt chocolate lacquer, matt green lacquer and matt red lacquer. In its built in version with plaster diffuser, the lamp allows full integration into the space and architecture, as it can be painted in the same color as the walls. FOLD is equipped with a LED light source that enables high-lumen output and energy efficiency, to create a singular combination of light and shade where walls come to life with a bright, luminous decoration. Create FOLD on vibia.com From a single lamp to multiple combinations, the CREA online configuration tool on vibia.com allow interior designers and architects to compose lighting scenes and 3D simulations of FOLD in its different versions, making the luminary part of their own design concept.

“The optical window” by Smart Metropolitants

Walls of LightThe optical window”, winner on the first edition of the CREA AWARDS 2012, chooses FOLD for its architectural concept of a dreamy, intimate environment that plays with artificial lights and shadows in contrast with the sunlight. The artificial light installation designed by Smart Metropolitants includes wall mounted FOLD (Built-in) luminaries as part of the wall itself, a permanent element of the building hall. The result is a conceptual interaction between the light setting and the space. Source: Vibia Read more news related Vibia published at Infurma Visit the Vibia website Visit the Vibia sheet at Infurma
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