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Vibia presents bespoke lighting system

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 30, 2015 in Products
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Barcelona-based lighting manufacturer Vibia has released an interesting new addition to its collection called Match

The bespoke system was conceived as a way for interior designers, architects and lighting professionals to customise their lighting needs for unique spaces. The composition possibilities that Match allows are infinite. Simple linear structures can be used to highlight single ares like a bar or counter top, while more complex designs can be used to heighten the drama in larger spaces, resulting in a look akin to that of abstract art.

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Utilising the latest LED technology, the lights emit a comfortable glow for any interior. The structures are made from steel rods, making them perfect for contemporary spaces and are available in a range of colourways.

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