The Link lamp is a Ramón Esteve design for Vibia . This collection of ceiling lights was inspired by the Link XXL collection but on a smaller scale aimed more at the private residence. The Link lamps combine a varied range of modules, differentiated by size and number of elements so that the user can choose the optimum fitting for their home. With its minimalist almost neutral design it can compliment all types of interior décors. Vibia manufacture the Link lamp in lacquered gloss white and lacquered gloss graphite.
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|Name||Link 5384 Ceiling Lamp|
|Product Code||5384 03|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Net Weight||17.37 kg|
|Dimensions||Lamp Max Length: 47.24 inch, Lamp Max Height: 7.87 inch|
|Wattage||4×18W + 8×24W|
|Material||Diffuser: Methacrylate, Box: Aluminum, Ceiling support: Steel|
|Technical Details||Geometry as decor... The Link is a series of preconfigured geometric patterns that can be arranged across the canvas of a ceiling. These configurations have shallow profiles making them ideal for residential and hospitality settings or anywhere with low ceilings. The combinations of different rectangular shapes create surface fixtures of different sizes, with up to five combined cubist forms.|
Ramón Esteve founded his eponymous studio in 1991, with the confidence and conviction that architecture was a global discipline. Since then, both he and his team have worked to generate design solutions that encompass unique spaces, objects and brands. For Esteve, architecture and design are complementary disciplines, each one enriching the other.View All Products