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EVENTS: Interiors from Spain at HD EXPO 2012


Trade show season is in full swing and Las Vegas’ Hospitality Design Expo is coming up on May 15-17th. This year HD Expo is proudly presenting Interiors from Spain, an ICEX initiative (Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade) that brings together some of the best in Spanish design and production. With companies like Marset, VibiaBover and LZF exhibiting, the show will bring together some of the most prominent taste makers in Spanish lighting.

Check our blog the week of the event for photos of the show!

More photos of Spanish Lighting to be showcased at HD Expo 2012:

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BEST OF: LED Wall Sconces

Roll & Hill | Odds and Ends LED Wall Sconce – Aquafresh, designed by Jason Miller
Flos Lightspring Single and Lightspring Double LED Wall Sconce, designed by Ron Gilad
Vibia Alpha LED Wall Sconce in White by Ramos & Bassols
Marset MOMA LED Wall Sconce by Christophe Mathieu

Metalarte Tequila LED Wall Sconce, designed by Mario Ruiz


This newest modular ceiling fixture from Vibia is definitely one of the most stand out fixtures of 2012. Envisioning lighting that is both light source and art installation is becoming a common theme in Vibia’s new product line. Designed by Ramone Esteve, this voluminous fixture consists of four modules in different sizes and heights that connect to one another to offer a wide range of geometries.

Brilliantly enough, the R&D team at Vibia have kept in mind the difficulties of managing multiple power sources and junction boxes and have engineered the Link to require only one electrical connection to power up to 8 Link sections per configuration. On top of that, they’ve made it compatible with dimmable, energy efficient fluorescent lamping, which makes its use in residential environments all the more appealing.

The Link also creatively plays with the trajectories of light that emit from each piece, depending on your configuration, allowing you to create indirect ambient lighting.

The idea of having such an architectural piece be so totally customizable actively involves us in designing the piece for ourselves, which makes this piece all the more interesting.

Click below for more photos on the charcoal grey or matte lacquer white modular Link system.

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Vibia Wind 4080 Pendant

Vibia Wind 4055 Floor Lamp

Vibia’s showing this year at Salone Internazionale Del Mobile was a true testament to the company’s leadership in the lighting industry. The brand has consistently allowed new lighting and production technologies to guide their aesthetic inspiration, seeing new opportunities for form with each new technology.

Designer Jordi Vilardell excels in his partnership with Vibia once more in composing two unique additions to an already strong outdoor line. His playful outdoor floor and pendant series, Wind, has garnered much attention on several design blogs and his partnership with Meritxell Vidal in creating the Halley series has us all a little awe-struck. Inspired by the arches of a comet, the many iterations of the Halley series’ soft glow and luminous arches use LED strip technology to provide elegant, energy efficient lighting for the outdoors.

Vibia Halley 4150 Lamp
Vibia Halley 4155 Lamp

For more information visit Vibia online.

Job Well Done: SunLife Building Toronto

"Meet you under the Ameba"

Toronto’s Sun Life Financial building recently enjoyed an update from international architecture firm B+H Architects. We especially loved their choice of fixtures for the lobby.

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Job Well Done: False Creek Penthouse

Featured: Roll & Hill Excel Floor Lamp by Rich Brilliant Willing
Dining Room Pendant: Bocci Custom Installation

Adam Becker from aBecker Design was recently featured in Western Living Magazine’s CONDO, with a seven page spread and cover story for his exceptional work on a full renovation of a False Creek Penthouse.

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Vibia at Euroluce 2011: Infinite Possibilities

Vibia made a strong impression with its new collections

Vibia stole the show at Euroluce 2011 with a full house of beautiful new designs. They’re also launching a new software application that allows interior designers to create their own customized light fixtures.

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