The Halo light by Sander Mulder

published in: Design By Costas Voyatzis, 13 June 2008

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This 'holy' light has no light bulb, instead the entire inside of the hood itself emits light. This makes for a functional light with a minimal yet intriguing visual impact. It's easily adjusted and suspended above a table with it's stainless steel arc, but it's also available for free hanging purposes ( cable suspended ) in bars, living rooms etc.


Technical information:
Colour(s): white, black or yellow (other Ral colours on request).
Dimensions (HxΨ): 150 x 900 mm.
Weight: 2,5 kg.
Material: powdercoated aluminium.
Design: Sander Mulder.

 

You should visit Sander Mulder's official website to see his awesome collection...because it has been beautifully  re-designed!

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About Sander Mulder

Born in 1978, he started studying design in 1996, sparked by the creativity and ingenuity he displayed as a child. It soon hit home; this would become his life long passion. His successful graduation from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2002, resulted in the start-up of his own design studio. Always seeking new challenges and inspirations he has since then steadily been working on a diverse portfolio containing lighting, furniture and interior designs for international clients and his own collection. His work is proof of the firm believe that good concepts can only exist in symbiosis with a good execution, and it investigates new ways of approaching the construction, functionality and aesthetics of everyday objects and spaces. Supported by the believe there's no constant except change and that joy is the accelerator of creativity, he's not afraid to wander aimlessly and conduct experiments in search of the coincidental beauty of failure. The resulting work is a combination of strong lines, subtle details, innovative techniques and bold statements, often questioning archetypes and their respective interpretations by mankind.

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