Vibia is a international architectural lighting company based mostly in Barcelona that aims to improve the planet by making greater spaces to live in. From time to time I have been blessed to consist of some of their minimalist patterns in my styling do the job, and they are a brand that I have generally admired. Residence in S’Agaró, a private Mediterranean villa designed by Cristina Soler from Barcelona-based studio, Arquemo, features a selection of Vibia lights that delivers a feeling of heat and wellbeing to the wonderful, pared back spaces. 

Deeply rooted in the Mediterranean architectural tradition, Dwelling in S’Agaró is composed of mild kinds with unique dimensions that playfully adapt to the area climate and surrounding environment. Situated in the coronary heart of Costa Brava, as the light shifts throughout the day, daylight dances throughout its many surfaces and deepens the contrasting shadows. Abundant wood details provide heat to the predominantly white interior and the abundance of pure light even more enhances the expressive quality of the areas. The extensive variety of Vibia lamps complement the place by means of their composition, colour and texture. Switched on or off they create an atmospheric practical experience, evoking a myriad of various moods and sensations.

For the open up approach residing room and kitchen region, Soler chose a mounted North wall lamp and two matching lesser-scale North pendants. The foundation of the wall lamp is preset though its light-weight supply is suspended in space by a rod that reaches out into the dwelling place. Flexible and functional in height and rotation, it functions as the two an ambient lamp and a studying light, providing a exceptional lighting effect with plenty of character. 

Built by Arik Levy, the pendants are composed of standard shades of lacquered matt suspended from slender rods, including warmth and sophistication to the bar area.

Intended by Lievore, Altherr and Molina, Skan is minimalism in its purest state. Combining purity of variety and clean strains, the three terra-crimson luminaires lengthen delicately from the ceiling, illuminating the length of the eating table with a wide downlight that provides a sense of wellbeing and community to this familial place.

A Wireflow chandelier presides in excess of the double height of the central main of the residence, visually dominating the entrance corridor and stimulating an speedy perception of marvel. The get the job done of designer Arik Levy, the Wireflow reinterprets the regular chandelier, checking out its essence and maximizing its silhouette by an workout in graphic simplification.

In contrast, a dimmable Mayfair table lamp with a metallic finish neatly illuminates the entrance hall sideboard with a refined glow. Diego Fortunato’s Mayfair updates the vintage 19th Century lamp with progressive technological know-how and understated class.



A timeless sequence from Japanese designer Ichiro Iwasaki, the Pin is each classic and modern day, characterised by a graceful stem and delicate, purposeful expression. Small in scale but with excellent lighting effectiveness, equally the Pin flooring and table lamps are the great companion for silent moments of examining or operate.

The Palma hanging lamp, conceived by designer Antoni Arola, was picked out to the two body the lavatory window and be obvious from the outdoors. Composed of a world that seems to float independently, it is suspended by a few virtually imperceptible cables that assist a plant beneath. Like a luminous hanging backyard, its capacity to make atmosphere evolves with the expansion of the plant, creating it great for setting up the desired exterior-interior dialogue.

Out there in two wooden finishes, the Dots wall lights are developed by Martín Azúa. Perfect for bedside examining, these circular sconces can be turned to trace a cone-formed beam in any desired path.

To enhance this extra functional application, Soler also makes an enchanting wall embellishment by grouping three Dots alongside one another in summary formation, building a melody of ambient gentle that radiates from each halo like a constellation.


The Musa table lamp was picked for a established of present-day wooden stools as a ending contact for the communal spots. Established by Take note Layout Studio, Musa is poetic in structure. Reminiscent of a shell cradling a pearl, the symbiotic romantic relationship amongst the compact hand blown opal glass sphere and the natural and organic dish that holds and demonstrates it contrasts radically with the geometric density of the blocks.

And eventually, bringing a contact of elegance to an if not understated hallway are the two Duo ceiling lamps designed by Ramos & Bassols. A lamp of contrasts, the Duo brings together a warm wood interior with a refined metal wrap, naturally integrating into the all round aesthetic of Property in S’Agaró.

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