The role of artificial lighting is crucial in spatial quality. Badly designed lighting can cause disruption to an architecture project, and even harm the health of occupants. However, a balanced luminotechnic project can bring out the best aspects of the environment and make it more enjoyable. However, most projects are too rigid and do not allow for the flexibility of modern spaces. A bad lighting decision can also be costly and difficult to correct. If the space distribution is altered, for example, it can be difficult to modify electrical points in walls, linings, or slabs. If this can be resolved using hanging or freestanding lamps, then we will have to deal with the annoying electrical wires in the space.
Vibia developed a highly adaptable lighting system called Plusminus. It can be tailored to each user’s needs, vision, and experimentation. Stefan Diez designed the whole system around a conductive belt. It can be curved into any shape and can be paired with other lamps at any length. The system is easy to use and allows for unlimited creativity. The conductive belt can be dipped into soft curves for pendant lamps, trace geometric track lighting, or cut across an area to create dramatic lighting installations.
The belts can be cut to fit multiple lamps. They also work with simple plug-in technology, which makes them extremely easy to install and connect. You can adjust the belt’s fit by attaching it to the lamp’s buckle. The belts can be used to decorate ceilings, walls, and even the floor.
There are many lamp options available to achieve the desired lighting effect for each project using Plusminus.
With 360 degree diffusion lighting, light is directed towards the entire space. This lighting style reduces glare, hard shadows and increases comfort.
The lamp works in a similar way to the sphere. However, it is partially transparent, which makes it a diffused luminaire. It can be used to lighten a small area, such as a corner.
It can also be used to direct diffusion lighting.
This can be used to provide general lighting and is commonly seen in kitchens and other areas that need a lot of light. The angle of the light is wider in this instance. Linear Low UGR is an alternative. This allows for a narrower angle and brightness, which works well for rectangular tables and workspaces.
These luminaires direct light to a specific point. Lamps can be set up with either a large or small incidence angle. This will affect the level of emphasis that is placed in the area where the light is directed. This solution works well for bookcases and shelving.
The professional area of Vibia allows you to test different lighting configurations and organizational settings. It also shows preconfigured layouts that can be adapted to your specific project.