Dezeen promotion: the Crea collection by Spanish lighting brand Vibia is made up of pendant, ceiling and wall lights that can be customised by designers to suit different spaces.
The Crea collection is made up of a series of lights, which are each designed as a kit of parts that can be customised online.
The collection includes an LED pendant by designer Arik Levy named Wireflow, which is made up of a series of black cables arranged in a geometric shape.
The Wireflow is available in three other versions – the Chandelier, Freeform and Lineal.
The Chandelier version features between 20 and 43 diffusers, while the Freeform allows single vertical elements to be arranged as a larger light installation.
The Lineal is simply a flattened version of the chandelier.
Described by the brand as a "customisable chandelier", the Match lighting fixture by Jordi Vilardell and Meritxell Vidal features light rods that can be organised in sculptural shapes.
"As much a sculpture as a lamp, Match allows professionals to create structures arranged in ordered or chaotic compositions, adapted to fit the space available and create a focal feature," said Vibia.
Circles and lines feature in Martin Azúa's Halo chandelier, while Pete Sans' Ameba pendant light can be assembled into large-scale lighting installations for bigger spaces.
Another fixture designed by Levy is Rhythm, which features a series of sticks that can be arranged in different ways and at various angles to create wave-like structures.
The Link and Link XXL ceiling light collections by Ramón Esteve feature a series of differently sized cubic volumes.
The wall lights series include Set by Xuclà, which consists of a series of rectangular blocks that can be set at different angles, and Jordi Vilardell's Puck Wall Art, which features spherical discs.
The Fold sconce by Arik Levy allows designers to create mosaics of light and Ramón Esteve's Origami series can be grouped together in different shapes.