Introducing the Brand New Vector From AND

April 19, 2023

AND’s newest release, the Vector shows a slender rectilinear section that reveals slight openings on architectural planes as it plays with voids and volumes. The luminaire directs light to wash down its inner sloped surfaces, proffering a gradient effect. Showing a simple and understandable form, the shape also emphasizes bold and strong materiality as it is conveyed in either weathered steel, black steel or polished stainless steel. The series shows a pendant, floor lamp, table lamp and sconce iteration.

The Vector will be shown for the first time at Euroluce during Milan Design Week at Pavilion 13, Stand 207. It will also be displayed along the central portico of the Galleria Bar at Alcova.

Vector Pendant

The pendant version comprises three or six rectilinear sections in vertical orientation and is elevated by aircraft cables connecting to a hub at the centre of the fixture. In suspension, light pours into a hollow centre and onto the inner and outer faces bidirectionally.

Vector Ceiling/Wall

In reverence of great brutalist monuments, the wall light reveals slight openings on architectural planes as it plays with voids and volumes. A single rectilinear section can be affixed to the wall in a vertical or horizontal configuration, exposing its honest, reductionist form.

Vector Table/Floor

In reverence of great brutalist monuments, the Vector reveals slight openings on architectural planes as it plays with voids and volumes. The table and floor lamps adjoin three rectilinear sections in a vertical orientation, affirming stillness in its statuesque beauty. Light pours onto the inner and outer faces bidirectionally.

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