Thursday, August 9, 2012
Light in Motion
Israeli-French designer Arik Levy never ceases to amaze us with his poetic juxtaposition of nature and technology. His latest feat? The modular, minimalist Rhythm designed for Vibia.
No doubt a beautiful object to fixate your eyes on, Rhythm draws a thin line between harmony and disruption. Composed of 10 modules of horizontal sticks, the lamp is capable of adopting infinite horizontal and vertical configurations. Each stick can rotate on an axis and be positioned at the desired angle, allowing a sublime multitude of looks - ranging from “soft waves to chaotic shapes” - to be created.
Rhythm is available in two different colours and finishes: beige lacquer and matt dark brown.