Funivia is a lighting system with a transversal and accessible interface designed for Artemide by Carlotta de Bevilacqua. Its cable – which represents both the energy distribution channel and the supporting element on which the lighting fixtures are connected – is fixed to the wall, floor or ceiling through mechanical elements that draw a network of regular lines in the space: horizontal, vertical or freely inclined lines. The system is not bound to an electrical network or to a predefined project. It can be placed in any space, at any time, and generate light of extraordinary quality with absolute freedom (without ad hoc systems). The luminous elements of Funivia are hooked onto the cable thanks to a ‘bridge’ element, a sort of ‘current collector’ padlock that fixes the light mechanically by drawing energy from the cable to power it. Funivia is an inclusive project that, thanks to this module, allows to accommodate and combine infinite types of different lights. The universal hook also represents the seat of the nodes of an immaterial network, through which each device can communicate with the entire system and the environment thanks to the Artemide App.