The Vibia Cosmos 2501 is an LED suspension light hung from the ceiling and was planned and designed by the trio Lievore, Altherr, Molina for the manufacturer Vibia.
The association between Alberto Lievore, Jeannette Altherr and Manel Molina kept going very nearly a quarter of a century, earned awards and delivered a portion of Spain's most noteworthy interior design inspirations. An all-encompassing methodology - which enveloped engineering, architecture, branding - depended on their mutual valuation for unadulterated, normally inspired designs. Motivation for lighting doesn't get significantly fundamental than the ideal disc, yet the trio figured out how to take the thought and produce something that is perfectly unique.
A tiny LED is recessed into the underside of these manufactured discs to cast a direct descending light. In spite of being just 4cm in thickness, they make an astonishing illusion of round shape, particularly in lower light. In regular light, Vibia Cosmos 2501 LED suspension light makes its mark as a bit of hanging figure with a suspension stature of up to 2m, there's a lot of extension to gathering and organize them in manners that play on their planetary shapes, hues and sizes. Astonishing when suspended over a focal table, the lamp likewise functions admirably outlined against a divider.