Depth 42 cm
Gross weight 2.21 kg
Net weight 1.5 kg
Shade diameter 15.5 cm
Shade height 19.5 cm
Shade width 22.2 cm


Body material Aluminium
Colour Chrome
Tube material Steel


Compact fluorescent E27 230V 15W
Core pro led bulb Core Pro LEDbulb E27 230V 9W
Eco E27 230V 70W
Efficiency 52.61%
Light position X=0.00m Y=0.00m Z=3.00m
Maximum value 131.32 cd/klm
Position C=0.00 G=0.00
Total flux 875lm
Volume 0.0441 m3


The Swing wall lamp was designed by Lievore, Altherr, Molina for Vibia.

There are three different models included within this collection of wall lamps, two with an integrated shade and switch as part of the lamp holder for greater comfort and the other with a metal shade which can be orientated as required and includes an integrated switch fitted within the base. All are ideal as reading lamps, especially ref. 0514 that provides both ambient and point lighting through its LED light source. These wall lamps can be easily adapted for bedroom lighting for either contract or private use. Vibia produce the Swing wall lamp collection in three different finishes: chrome, graphite-grey and matt lacquered white.

Switch on the lampholder.

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.