Made up of a suspended circular metal profile with the audacity of a white inner shade, it owes its name to being "like the nimbus or aureole of holy images, which may be seen, but are not there". Its author, Antoni Arola, gets it just right when transforming an originally linear lighting system (Agabekov), designed for architectural lighting, into an extremely subtle, almost celestial indoor lamp offering an extensive, non-aggressive luminous radiation. ADI FAD Selection 1997. Stainless steel structure. White technical polymer lampshade. Black metallic circular rosette ceiling included. 2 sizes:
120 LED: 46.8"w X 195"h - total height including wire. 104w / 120 V. LED / bulb included.
90 LED: 35.1"w X 195"h - total height including wire. 740w / 120 V. LED / bulb included.
Designed by Santa & Cole, Barcelona, Spain. From the manufacturer: For 28 years now, Santa & Cole has lived for industrial design, an art consisting of focussing on everyday objects in order to seek a better use experience, thereby leading us to reflect upon material culture. Hence, we edit elements of domestic and urban furniture and lighting, plant elements (which are living matter) and books (which are likewise alive). A range that is only apparently disperse, converging upon a single concern: not to accumulate, but rather to select; not to enjoy quantity, but rather quality.