HALO Lighting and LEDSC4 are lighting up Perth with high quality architectural design lighting.
November 17th, 2011
An exclusive arrangement with Spanish lighting design house LEDSC4 lets HALO Lighting source supply direct from Barcelona to their East Perth warehouse – meaning instant access to LEDSC4’s award-winning range of luminaires.
LEDSC4 products are known for their efficiency and technical innovation. Created in collaboration with world-renowned designers, LEDSC4’s range is diverse, able to be integrated into commercial, residential and urban spaces.
Siluet, by Benedito Design, is an adjustable hanging linear lamp, made from high density rigid polyurethane with a white lacquered finish, able to project direct and indirect light.
Camaleon, designed by Estudi Ribaudi, is a multi-functional luminaire with flexible rotation, for maximum versatility. What’s more, the external housing of the piece can be coloured with the same paint used on walls or ceilings to match perfectly with its surroundings, making it a perfect spotlight for retail stores, restaurants and museums.
Camaleon in situ
The Rand High Power LED strip, available in 5 metre long flexible strips, emits a warm or cool white light as well as coloured RGB light, creating a floating effect and ambient mood.
Over the past 12 months, HALO Lighting has specified LEDSC4 in a number of high profile WA projects – Linneys (Burswood), Duxton Hotel (Perth), Zekka (Shenton Park), UWA Club (Crawley), Penrohs College (Como), Fairlanes (Perth), 11/78 Hay Street (Perth), The Giving Tree (Claremont), St Oswalds Church (Shenton Park), Aspect Apartments (Perth), Bunbury Towers (Bunbury) as well as numerous residences in Perth’s inner and western suburbs – with many more to come thanks to the HALO/LEDSC4 relationship.
Zekka designed by Romina Gil De Matos and Conor Youngs.
Photography: Thom Perry
Top image: Linneys, designed by Carol Anne Cassidy + Associates.
Photography: Murray Fredericks
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