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Halo by Barbican

Designed by Andrew Cook for Barbican, Halo is an aluminum light fixture “created to offer a contemporary and compact design that merges seamlessly with its environment.” Halo gets its name from the type of light it emits, since its white interior and LEDs create soft, diffused light that radiates and glows.


At four inches in height, Halo is indeed slim, but the pendant comes in many diameters, from 24 to 72 inches, making it suitable for small and large spaces. In two tones, Halo creates an artistic effect, as if emitting an aura. Hung from white or black cables, Halo appears to float—emphasizing the light’s angelic quality.


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Posted December 15th, 2016 by Alicita Rodriguez

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