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Sander Mulder | Halo

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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.

This light incorporates long lasting and environmental friendly led technology and the light output is dimmable.

Designer: Sander Mulder
Light-output (at full power): 1900 lumen( equal to a 100 watt incandescent bulb)
Colour(s): white, black or yellow (other Ral colours on request)
Dimensions (HxØ): 150 x 900 mm
Weight: 2,5 kg
Material: powdercoated aluminium
Photographers: Niels van Veen & Sander Mulder

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