The Versatility of Vibia’s Tempo Wall Lamp

Designed by Lievore Altherr, Tempo is a contemporary take on classic lighting archetypes. The streamlined, LED-powered fixture features a wall sconce version that is available in two arm lengths, providing versatile solutions for a variety of lighting projects.


Longer arm

Vibia Tempo - Versatility wall lamp - Long arm


Shorter arm

Vibia Tempo - Versatility wall lamp - Short arm


In a narrow interior such as a hallway, for instance, the shorter arm illuminates without taking up too much space.



The longer arm, meanwhile, is manually adjustable via a rod that emerges from the wall base, permitting precise, customised placement of the blown-glass diffuser for specific needs.


Vibia Tempo - Long arm - 5761-58


Position it higher, for example, for overhead illumination and lower for use as a reading lamp.


Vibia Tempo - Long arm - 5758-58


And when deployed in multiples at the same angle and height it offers a consistent look throughout a room.

Both arm lengths are available with either a plug and a push dimmer on the cable or a recessed dimmable driver. The former is ideal for residences and requires no special installation. The latter is suitable for places where there are no outlets or for hospitality projects.


Vibia Tempo - Cable empotrado / pulsador


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