Renowned designer Arik Levy has created an extraordinary collection that connects light with architecture: Sticks.
The award-winning lighting system was designed in collaboration with Vibia. Fusing technology, space, and architecture, the cutting-edge collection offers a freedom toolkit to creatively integrate light elements in an interior.
Founded in 1987, Vibia makes contemporary designer lighting systems that bring technological innovation and cultural expression together. Based in Barcelona city centre and with a presence in more than 80 countries around the world, it also has an associate in the USA. Vibia’s products provide specific solutions and also inspire the imaginative capacity of architectural, interior design and lighting professionals through a catalogue filled with unique lamps.
The sticks rotate on their own axis, offering unlimited freedom in directing a light source precisely where needed. The sticks can be connected from a wall to another wall, the floor to a wall, the wall to a ceiling, or suspended from the ceiling into space.
The toolkit features three sticks, minimalist aluminium rods measuring 1.5 metres, 2 metres, and 3 metres, which can be combined in custom arrangements for a maximum length of 6.5 metres. Exuding a daring, industrial sensibility, the glowing rods connect and disrupt planes in space through their unadorned physical form and the focused light they cast.
Sticks presents innovative ways to introduce light, brightening dead zones and transforming linear light into floating sculpture. Pure and graphic, it effortlessly enhances the ambiance of an interior while doubling as an abstract light installation.