The Vibia Structural 2615 is a wall light that marks coordinates with a rectilinear language, connects points of light in space, relates planes and underlines the architectural dimension. Indirect lighting and composition based on volumes clarify light and shade. Structural lamps were created for Vibia by the designer Arik Levy. A collection of wall lamps that combine direct and indirect LED light through cubic volumes that form sculptures integrated into the architecture of each space. This wall lamp is offered in the surfaces light grey and dark grey. Both versions are matt lacquered. On request, this light is also available with a colour temperature of 4,000 Kelvin white. It is also offered as a DALI dimmable version or as a version dimmable with a Casambi module via Smartphone App. The lamp with Casambi module can be operated via smartphone or tablet using the Casambi app via Bluetooth. Casambi technology also offers the option of switching the lamp on at specific times via a timer.