Solution-based lighting, deconstructed into its basic elements. North designed by Arik Levy smoothly walks the line between utilitarian function and sophisticated design. Light is brought to where it is required, the disjointed parts allowing total freedom of movement. A carbon fiber body and dimmable LED light source make this fixture as practical as it is beautiful.
- Base: Steel
- Shade: Aluminum
- Cane: Carbon fiber
- Shade Height: 6 inch
- Shade Width: 7 inch
- Double Lamp: 2 x 9W LED 350mA CRI >80 LED 2700K 2082 lm
- Triple Lamp : 3 x 9W LED 350mA CRI >80 LED 2700K 2082 lm
- Adjustable angle telescopic rods adjust in overall height
- Basin and black stones included
- Can be plugged in or hardwire installation
- Push Dimmer included
Vibia Lighting is based in Barcelona, Spain and draws on that city’s cultivated design culture and knowledge cluster, channeling industrial suppliers’ abilities and top-class people. Light is one of the primal forces that shape the world as we know it and Vibia uses it to create unique architectural interior lighting products. Vibia understands how people live in their spaces, surprising them with the right selection of home and office lighting. GR Shop supplies their full line of floor, ceiling and wall fixtures.
Vibia North Floor Lamp Designed by:
- Arik Levy , 2018
“Design is an uncontrolled muscle.” - Arik Levy
Born in Israel, Arik Levy moved to Europe in 1988. Following studies at the Art Center Europe in Switzerland where he gained a distinction in Industrial Design in 1991, Levy’s first international success was winning the Seiko Epson Inc. competition, which jettisoned him into the public consciousness as a “thinking” designer. He currently works in Paris with his 20-strong team of designers and graphic artists that make up L design.
Under the vision of Levy and his associate, Pippo Lionni, the firm also produces brand identities, packaging, signage, exhibition and interior design. Respected for his furniture and light designs for Vitra and Vibia, Levy also creates hi-tech clothing lines and accessories for firms in the Far East.