Dimensions

Height 200 cm
Canopy depth 28 cm
Canopy length 67 cm
Gross weight 14.62 kg
Max depth 26 cm
Max length 86 cm
Net weight 15.5 kg
Shade 1 length 48 cm
Shade 2 length 19 cm

Materials

Body material ABS + Polyurethane
Canopy plate material Steel
Colour rendering index 80
Colour temperature 2700 k
Shade 1 colour Matt green lacquer
Shade 2 colour Matt white lacquer
Shade 3 colour Matt chocolate laquer

Specification

Light source 1 4 x LED 4,5W 350mA
Luminous flux 2205 lm
Volume 0.1968 m3

The Cosmos lights collection is a Lievore, Altherr, Molina design.

The Cosmos collection consists of pendant light clusters, flattened forms of different sizes that create an optical illusion of hanging spheres that appear to be floating in the air. Vibia manufactures the Cosmos lamps in several finishes: matt lacquered dark brown, matt green, light grey and matt white. The use of LED technology makes the light source imperceptible, totally integrated within each of the elements.

Note: Driver included Constant Current 350 mA. 100-240V. 50/60Hz.
Dimmable: DALI, 1-10V, Push.
Smart optional dimming upon request.
Compositions and finishes can not be changed.


Lievore, Altherr, Molina

The design studio formed by Lievore Altherr Molina specialises in product design, consultancy and art direction which they undertake for numerous companies, one of which is Vibia. LAM has developed many lighting collections for Vibia over the years, the highlights would include the Big lighting collection, the Brisa outdoor lights, the Cosmos hanging lamps, the I.cono collection which includes floor lamps, table lamps and wall lamps, the Skan floor and hanging lamps and Vol pendant lights. All of these collections are equally suitable for use in private or public spaces and all types of lighting projects.


Light creates, renders and gives life. Through light we perceive the landscape, architecture and the spaces we inhabit, stimulating our senses and perceptions. Each of us possesses a unique identity, a personal point of view and a subjective way of perceiving reality.