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Thanks to our distinctively inventive way of thinking and our flair for timeless lighting design we create sustainable lighting solutions for living spaces. We see ourselves as drivers of a constant interaction between light, rooms, and people. Through our work we seek to inspire people and cultivate rooms.

Lighting artist Simón Aurel Schwarz

Simón Aurel Schwarz has elevated the inspirational play with light to an art form. Most of the time, the room itself is his source of ideas. After having obtained a degree as an environmental scientist, he completed a second course of studies at Zurich University of the Arts and has since been exploring the essence of spaces, using existing materials to create new impressions for the senses. In many cases it only takes a projector, some other source of lighting, or a self-made lamp design: “It’s amazing how little it takes to completely transform a room”, the resourceful artist explains. For him, light serves as an immaterial building material that lets him merge various elements into a sensory work of art. Other sources of inspiration for this artist from Lucerne are journeys and nature walks: “It’s fascinating to watch how light creates a completely new atmosphere during the transition from summer to autumn”, the artist explains.

Lighting artist Simón Aurel Schwarz

www.simonschwarz.ch

“Good ideas don’t just follow short-term trends; they are always carefully thought through to the end.”

“Good ideas don’t just follow short-term trends; they are always carefully thought through to the end.”

Light, rooms, and people: these three components whose interaction creates inspiring experiences are the basic elements of RIBAG’s overall concept. The people at RIBAG see themselves as drivers who interlink components and enable a fascinating interplay. This leads to a vitalised, emotionalised brand which is evident not only in the company’s image, but also in its products and services. Andreas Richner, CEO



Making of the video

What was it like behind the scenes during the creative process of making our video? Our new image video was shot in the versatile company building at Safenwil together with the artist Simón Aurel Schwarz. The only prop required was the AROA, a newly developed tool that cuts through darkness in light-sabre fashion, imbuing it with its very own atmosphere.

Making of Videodreh
Making of Videodreh

Making of Videodreh
Making of Videodreh

Interest

We are interested in people who are wholeheartedly committed to their art. Contact us, we’d like to get to know you personally.

Andreas Richner

Andreas Richner

CEO info@ribag.com