Lighting plays a crucial role in our day-to-day endeavors. In a bid to brighten the house and offer smooth lighting, Artemide, an Italian design studio, has added another gem to its Novelities 2021 collection. Vine Light is the latest inductee in the list of many gorgeous lamps it has introduced in past.
The lamp light is designed by (BIG) Bjarke Ingels Group, a Danish architecture firm that made this metal lamp light shape from ordinary to classy. Vine light was recently unveiled at the Salone del Mobile 2021. The body of the lamp is made up of aluminum and comprises two incomplete rings. It is poised on one ring while the other emits light.
Vine offers minimal light that is perfectly suited for a study table or dining. It consists of an unbroken section that measures 16mm in diameter. The unbroken section is responsible for shaping the structure and nesting optoelectronic and mechanical elements of the item. Vine light lamp is also characterized by two joints that offer flexibility to the user while using the light. The Vine light can be adjusted and kept low, high or medium depending upon user requirement.
Vine Light comes in three typologies: Floor, Table and Wall, and measures different in each configuration. Unfortunately, the item is currently unavailable for sale but we will update you once it hits the market.
This is not the first time when BIG and Artemide have collaborated. Their partnership has been famous for bringing out unique lighting collections with the likes of La Linea and Ripple. Moreover, Artemide previously introduced Interweave Lighting Range at Euroluce 2019 and has established a good knack for lighting products over the years.