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orking with some of the country’s
most reputable architects, designers
and electrical engineers, HALO
is at the forefront of lighting for
residential, commercial and urban environments.
Whether it’s custom interior layouts, outdoor
landscapes or urban settings, the company’s world-
renowned international brands deliver a diverse
range of products suitable for a variety of spaces.
HALO understands the transformative power
of light to reinvent, define and bring spaces to
life. From initial plan, design and specification
to lighting calculation, supply, delivery and
troubleshooting, the knowledgeable and friendly
team at HALO will ensure each project receives
the attention it deserves.
Energy efficiency is a rising concern and HALO
focuses on sourcing the latest green designs and
cutting-edge LED technologies. One brand that is
catching the eye of many within the industry is the
renowned Selux (Germany), with its M100 LED and
M60 LED luminaires, which were recognised for
excellence in the 2012 Next Generation Luminaires
Solid-State Lighting Design Competition. 2013 sees
Selux launch a brand new 36mm profile within this
series that utilises LED technology.
Spanish brand Vibia also takes energy
efficiency in its stride with clean aesthetics
and good design. Known for its modular
architectural lighting systems, Vibia invites the
architect, designer and client to co-create using
their state-of-the-art software, CREA. Visit
www.vibia.com and log in to CREA to create your
customised LED luminaires.
HALO’s impressive portfolio is seen throughout
the country, including Perth Cultural Centre,
Albert Facey House, The Duxton Hotel and Crown
Perth. For the latest lighting news subscribe to
HALO’s e-newsletter at www.halolighting.com.au.
HALO has earned a reputation for thinking outside the box and exploring
new avenues of design whilst maintaining an environmental sensibility.
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