Width 143 cm
Height 200 cm
Weight 2.96 kg
Frame depth 8 cm
Frame width 25.5 cm
Shade height 2 cm


Cable material Black with Steel Stop / Steel Wire
Clips material Black Plastic / Transparent Plastic
Diffuser material PMMA Methacrylate
Finish 172 Natural Anodized Aluminium


Colour rendering index 90
Colour temperature 6300 k
Dimmable yes
Dimmer Yes
Electronic driver included Yes
Energy label A
Ip rating IP20
Light bulb included Yes
Light bulb type LED
Light bulbs included no
Luminous flux 2800 lm
Max wattage 24 w
Remote control included Yes
Size Small
Voltage 220-240V
Volume 0.02 m3
Year of design 2016


With its long shape, a simple heightadjustable aluminium bar, SIBYLLA is master level in light design research.

The sophisticate technology of dynamic LED light allows the control of intensity but also the color temperature of light. Via remote you can freely switch from 2700 Kelvin, which corresponds to sunlight just before sunset, to 6300 Kelvin, full daylight. To three different lengths 143, 176 and 209 cm, SIBYLLA creates new light settings thanks to the latch system changing the distance from the ceiling and from the surface that lights up.

Amedeo G. Cavalchini

His activity got started from a long collaboration with Paolo Rizzatto. In 1998 he won the Tiziana Mascheroni award in Young and Design contest. In 2000 he opened his Architecture and Design studio onshore of Naviglio Grande nearby Milan and realized several projects of indoor renovation, paying attention to fitting and lighting. Since 2005 he has made some important architectural projects and numerous fittings and planning of shops and indoors in Italy and abroad (Bratislava, New York, Copenhagen, Paris, Moscow, Stockholm). He has projected and realized the entrance of Teatro della Luna of Assago-Milano (published on Domus, march 2007) and also the master plan around Forum of Assago for Cabassi Group. He is specialized in retail and museum projects, being for several years the exhibition design managing director for Luceplan, designing many products for them. He won the Menzione d’Onore on the occasion of the 23rd edition of Compasso d’Oro for the category Exhibition Design with the set-up “Gino Sarfatti, light design” at Triennale of Milan.