Halo was presented at the Light and Building trade fair in Frankfurt this year. The new product of the Manooi collection designed by János Héder gets his name from the optical phenomenon that one can sometimes observe in the sky, forming a circle encompassing the Sun or occasionally the Moon. It forms as the sunlight is refracted in millions of randomly oriented hexagonal ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere.
Designed by: János Héder, Manooi
With his years of experience as an interior designer, János knows the difficulties one encounter when designing an interior and so always creates his design with the perspective to solving those problems.
János designed Halo with the intention to keep an apparent insubstantiality by using a minimum of matter without ever compromising with the quality and the effect rendered. Halo combines modern, high-quality LED as light source, directed outwards along the lamp curve, and the most luxurious crystal brand, Swarovski. This unique piece reminds us of the excellent capacity and phenomena that light can create. Every crystal is carefully assembled as small branches, emerging like light beams that would be cover with frost and diffracting the light into thousands of sparkles.
Whether arranged in horizontal, vertically or angled position, Halo will be a real eye-catcher when different diameters are combined. Suitable for open space or close to a ceiling, Halo is perfect for hotel lobbies, office receptions or even private residences. In fact, there are no limitations as to where Halo can be positioned due to the variety of diameter or the many composition possibilities with various rings suspended at different distances from one to the other.
And thanks to its light and minimal design, you can be sure of always being elegant but never overpowering the interior design.