mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color
 

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color

during this years milan design week, international studio mandalaki presented their ‘halo’ collection of color projecting lights at rossana orlandi. the exhibition showcased the series and saw spaces illuminated with the bright and intense spectrums of color emanating from the four variations on the lamp: ‘up’, ‘sky’, ‘big’ and ‘one’.

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halo up, image courtesy of mandalaki

(main image, halo sky, © designboom)

 

 

‘up’ is the latest incarnation of the halo collection and has been designed by mandalaki with the concept of creating a ‘personal sun’. with the spherical projection and warm hues of yellow, orange and red, the image of the hot sun can be formed onto any wall space. and although the color produced can take up a large area, the lamp itself is slender and compact, allowing it to be easily located to create a stunning visual effect.

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo up, image courtesy of mandalaki

 

 

similarly to the aforementioned ‘up’, halo ‘sky’ also produces an intense color projection, with the spectrum chosen specifically to resemble the natural frequencies of the sun at sunset. the key difference with this product however, is that it is ceiling-mounted, appearing as a thin stem hanging from the ceiling. the projector head is positioned at the bottom and hinged, allowing it to be easily moved and adjusted.

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo sky, image courtesy of mandalaki

 

 

as the name suggests, halo ‘big’, is the largest projector in the range. with the implementation of a larger and flexible head, the possible surface onto which the light is projected is increased. the lamp has been formed to produce infinite colors of light, creating an impressive and intense wall display.

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo big, image courtesy of mandalaki

 

 

and finally from the halo collection is ‘one’ which has been designed specifically with the intention of forming a perfect circle of color. using a CNC-shaped anodised aluminium projector, the magnificent colors are produced using a high powered LED and optical system. altogether, the series of lamps by mandalaki forms an intense display of bright light, aiming to fuse art with technology.

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo one, image courtesy of mandalaki

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo up, image courtesy of mandalaki

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo sky, image courtesy of mandalaki

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo sky, image courtesy of mandalaki

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo big, image courtesy of mandalaki

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo big, image courtesy of mandalaki

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo big, image courtesy of mandalaki

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo big, image © designboom

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo one, image courtesy of mandalaki

mandalaki's halo lamp creates your own personal sun with intense spectrum of color designboom

halo one, image courtesy of mandalaki

 

 

 

 

project info:

 

project name: ‘halo’

design: mandalaki

milan design week location: rossana orlandi

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