Light Gallery —
The interactive showroom

With light rooms become visible - with innovative lighting solutions they can be experienced. We design lighting solutions and lighting concepts for living and working areas that focus on people and their needs. Timeless design that supports interior design is just as important as durability and energy efficiency.

Inspiration for you and your customers

Whether you're an architect or a professional looking to show your customers lighting solutions or a private looking for inspiration - you'll find it in our newly designed Light Gallery at our headquarters in Safenwil. The fascination of the medium of light is experienced in a practical way with a multitude of lighting solutions. On the one hand, you will see different versions of the luminaires (pendant and surface-mounted luminaires and surface-mounted elements) and, on the other, different lighting settings for illuminating a wide variety of objects. Which light pattern is suitable for which lighting task? How does the light work on different surfaces? Where do you choose a higher proportion of indirect or direct lighting? How do light and shadow interact? The Light Gallery invites you to evaluate needs-based solutions and experience the latest lighting innovations at first hand.


In an upcycling process, we converted our RIBAG stand floor made of silver fir into two large tables and matching benches. These invite you to hold larger events with culinary accompaniment at RIBAG. Whether this is a customer event or a private occasion, we accompany and organise your event with a catering partner of your choice. The room has seating for up to 50 people or standing room for up to 100 people. We are looking forward to your request.

Opening hours
Our Light Gallery is open by appointment. You are welcome to make an appointment by phone 062 737 90 10 or e-mail

Please note that the room can only be booked on weekdays.

Monday - Thursday
08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
01:30 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

08:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
01:30 p.m. - 04:00 p.m.

Making of Light Gallery