This year we have partnered up with Ercol to participate in ADFF Short Films Walk. Numerous showrooms in the Soho neighborhood presented a loop of ADFF-curated selection of short films centered around architecture and design.
As part of our constantly growing list of premium features, RBW is excited to introduce Dim-to-Dark technology.
Smooth dimming from 100% to 0.1% is achieved through the use of eldoLED Drivers which minimize the flicker commonly seen in LED lighting fixtures. Natural and gradual changes in brightness occur smoothly from 0.1% brightness, which looks nearly off to the human eye, and ranges to 100% brightness.
The Vitis collection explores seamless integration of lighting via recessed and concealed components to complement the precise control offered by Dim-to-Dark technology. The remote driver allows for sleek application in a wide array of architectural spaces. Working together, these facets of cutting edge technology create a flawless, flicker-free dimming experience.
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Rich Brilliant Willing is proud to offer IP rated light fixtures for interior and exterior applications.
IP ratings are given to fixtures after rigorous laboratory testing. It verifies how protected a fixture is within damp or wet settings while determining if water can get inside a fixture which could cause potential damage. It also determines the permeability of dust. Fixtures are rated on how impervious their surfaces are to solid and liquid, from fingers and small drops of water to fine dust and full submergence.
Zone 2 refers to fixtures that could withstand wet settings while Zone 1 is subjected to fixtures that can withstand damp settings (See Image above). For lighting next vanities, IP 44 and above is recommended and Branch, Crisp, Dimple and Chip are great products to address these needs.
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Rich Brilliant Willing brought the atmosphere and their LED fixtures to Clerkenwell Design Week for the first time this year. During Light, Clerkenwell Design Week’s lighting-focused trade exhibition , RBW unveiled a suite of new spring launches alongside a few of their newest and best-selling fixtures, marking their most comprehensive U.K. presentation to date. Light took place at Fabric nightclub, a former meatpacking cellar, where displayed was Pilot , a modular statement chandelier that hung from a 20-foot-high vaulted ceiling, while sconces illuminated the industrial surfaces of the interior’s walls.
As a break from our previous product presentations, we showcased our new explorations in OLED and 3D knitting technology to present a conceptual lighting installation for NYCxDesign week. “Light Inflection,” an installation that explores the possibilities of OLED technology during this past New York Design week. Located in the studio’s SoHo showroom, the installation includes five experimental lighting concepts based on our laboratory research on OLEDs, or organic light-emitting diodes. OLEDs are an emerging source of illumination that resemble thin sheets of light. On the forefront of LED technology, they have, until now, gone largely unexplored in the world of lighting design. To close off NYCxDesign week, we hosted a party to not only give our guests a first look of "Light Inflection" in our showroom but to also celebrate the publication of Studio O+A: Twelve True Tales of Workplace Design just out from FRAME Publishers for a night of drinks and canapés.
To kick off NYCxDesign Week, we hosted "Life on the Technological Frontier of Design", a panel discussion moderated by Dezeen US editor, Dan Howarth. We invited a group of manufacturers, architects, lighting and interior designers who have presented themselves as thought-leaders in their fields to discuss and converse on how technological advancement in materials, manufacturing and application have provoked and changed their design thinking.
Named after the Latin origin of vineyard, the vine-like structure beautifully stands out in the industrial surfaces of the venue. This new collection explores seamless integration of lighting to architecture via recessed and invisible components and perfects the control of dim-to-warm LEDs with smooth precision dimming.
Made of luminous double-walled glass orbs, to resemble grapes along a vine, houses a unique LED module that is looped and suspended from translucent electrical cords. Vitis is an achievement in lighting for atmosphere, sculptural form and translucent materiality unseen in any other product.
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RBW celebrated the debut of the newest statement piece, Vitis, a dramatically draped statement chandelier combining light, translucency and fluidity of form. We invited our top reps and VIP clients for a 2-day launch of fun, food, and drinks to be the first to view Vitis in it’s true form. Named Vitis, after the Latin origin of vineyard, the vine-like structure has attributes of glass, brilliance, sparkle, translucency and luminosity.
On day one of our launch, we introduced our new versatile and flexible statement collection to our guests to demonstrate our experimental approach to materials and construction in lighting design. To keep to the theme of transparency, we served our guests a custom menu of food and cocktails that complimented the orbs of Vitis.
We closed off our second day of the launch by throwing a party to celebrate our first West Coast debut. Simplicity, technology and creativity come together in this design and engineering marvel. Vitis is an achievement in lighting for atmosphere, sculptural form and translucent materiality unseen in any other product.
Wednesday May 16th, 6 - 8PM
Life on the Technological Frontier of Design - Panel Discussion moderated by Dezeen
As a highlight of our design week schedule, we are hosting a group of panelists who have presented themselves as thought-leaders in their fields to discuss and converse on how technological advancement in materials, manufacturing and application have provoked and changed their design thinking. We will welcome panelists from BIG architects, BOLD, Sera architects and OLEDWorks. Happy Hour to follow. RSVP
Thursday May 17th, 4 - 6PM
Book signing with Studio O+A
We will host an evening of storytelling, books and drinks to celebrate the publication of "Studio O+A: Twelve True Tales of Workplace Design" just out from FRAME Publishers. O+A’s principal, Primo Orpilla will speak on the people behind the making of this irreverent, behind-the-scenes look at 26 years of O+A design. RSVP