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All lights are centerpiece sculptures, hand made, numbered & stamped by nibo®. They have been tested for a period of 10 years or more and need very little or no maintenance.

Main body material is precious metal copper, which like silver and gold, is corrosion free (it only becomes darker and lackluster but doesn't lose body mass or form over time).

You can contact nibo if you are interested but presently these lights are not for sale.
Lights  Original Series
Made of plumbing copper pipe and a half-kilo counterweight, this floor light was especially designed to light a reading chair.

The shade rotates 280 degrees on horizontal and 60 degrees on vertical axle.

You can contact nibo if you are interested but presently this light is not for sale.
Original  Series #1
During the photo shoot
During the photo shoot
0.5kg iron counterweight incased in plastic.
0.5kg iron counterweight incased in plastic.
This floor light was also designed as a reading light, perhaps next to an armchair, but it could also highlight a narrow wall or a corner in the room.

The shade rotates 280 degrees on horizontal / 60 degrees on vertical axle and has a blue glass bead in the centre (light shines through when lit).

You can contact nibo if you are interested but presently this light is not for sale.
Original  Series #2
Floor 2
Floor 2
Floor 2
Floor 2
Floor 2 b
Floor 2 b
A  ceiling (hanging) light designed to light coffee tables (single unit) or dinner tables (one or more units). The power switch can be mounted on the power cord or the wall-switch can be used instead.

It uses a max. 40w, inverted (mirrored) light bulb which complements the piece and is very discreet in terms of unwanted light emission (compared to the intended light emission onto the lit surface).

You can contact nibo if you are interested but presently this light is not for sale.
Original  Series #3
Single unit close up
Single unit close up
Double unit installation. Notice the small presence of the lights compared to the light they emit onto the table.
Double unit installation. Notice the small presence of the lights compared to the light they emit onto the table.
 This light can be mounted on a wall (as a sconce), or rest on a surface (as a table light).

The shade is decorated with amber and crystal beads which allows for a small amount of light to shine through.

You can contact nibo if you are interested but presently this light is not for sale.
Original  Series #4
Resting on a table
Resting on a table
On the wall
On the wall
On the wall with the shade in various positions
On the wall with the shade in various positions
This ceiling (hanging) light is designed to light coffee tables. It can be placed under a ceiling fan or an area where hanging a light from the ceiling is not an option and it can be positioned anywhere, in a substantial area of the room, as it is able to move along the power cords as well as on its axle. It is the largest nibo® light to date and it always initiates a conversation where ever it is installed.

The power supply is 12V therefore the naked power cables are harmless to the touch.

You can contact nibo if you are interested but presently this light is not for sale.
Original  Series #6
In the house of V.S. / Athens / Greece
In the house of V.S. / Athens / Greece
In the living room (opposite view).
In the living room (opposite view).
Close up of the shade and the on/off switch.
Close up of the shade and the on/off switch.
The support mechanism and the electricity supply copper cords.
The support mechanism and the electricity supply copper cords.
The power adaptor and the power cables anchorage.
The power adaptor and the power cables anchorage.
A very tall and slim wall light with a characteristic power switch. Designed to light up narrow walls and columns.

You can contact nibo if you are interested but presently this light is not for sale.
Original  Series #5
Partial view
Partial view
Close up of the switch and the shade
Close up of the switch and the shade
Detail of the on/off switch
Detail of the on/off switch