Halo Modular Light by Stephanie Ng Design

December 30th, 2013 by retail design blog

The Halo Modular Light was all about creating a simplistic form that could reflect a user’s personality and interpreted differently from user to user. Each element of it’s design was considered to achieve versatility. Halo Modular allows a user to define their light by mixing the colours selected to match their interior, right down to the overall form from which it is suspended.

‘Limitless boundaries’ means a user taking advantage of the entirety of their space to define its overall arrangement. The simple molecular structure of the Halo Modular allows users to tile each module at any angle, with a potential to have three modules sprout from one to form a continuous link that grows…and grows.

Designed by Stephanie Ng Design









http://www.stephaniengdesign.com

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