The designer Arik Levy presents the Wireflow free-form pendant light.

Body material
Aluminum
Canopy material
Steel
Colour
Black Lacquer
Colour rendering index
80
Colour temperature
2700k
Coordination system
CG
Diameter
36cm
Dimmable
DALI, 1-10V, Push
Driver included
Constant Current 350mA 100-240V. 50/60Hz
Gross weight
6.7kg
Height
200cm
Light position
X=0.00m Y=0.00m Z=2.50m
Light source
6 x LED 4,5W 350mA.
Net weight
6.03kg
Optional dimming
Smart
Packaging
1 Box / 0,27 x 0,60 x 0,60 m
Pressed glass diffuser
Included
Shade height
70cm
Total flux
2942lm
Volume
0.0792m3
Width
135cm

The Wireflow free-form pendant light consists of black electrical cable connecting light terminals using LED light source. Hanging lamps that can be installed on the ceiling or walls offering the user carte blanche when it comes to creating interior spaces. In this way Vibia offers lighting solutions to clients who only have access to wall plugs but require a hanging lamp fitting. There is an infinite number of options to choose from, between 1 and (up to) 9 LEDs, clients can choose between glass or non-glass versions, ambient or accent lighting.

Note: Dimmable: DALI, 1-10V, Push.
Smart optional dimming upon request.


Arik Levy

Designer, technician, artist, photographer and maker; Arik Levy works on multidisciplinary projects, his work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. Arik Levy as a lamp designer for Vibia has created a series of collections which share a refined and sculptural approach to forms: as can be appreciated with the Wireflow and Rhythm hanging lamp collections or the Fold and Sparks wall lamps. All of these collections allow the end user, whether private client or professional to customise the lamps according to their lighting project requirements.


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.