Voile D is the special version of Voile crystal chandelier made from brass chain.Its harmonious shape reminds us the waves of the ocean or the sea. With the LED light sources, it will be the focal point of any space. It is available in different sizes and shapes according to our partners’ needs.

One of the biggest TV channel in Hungary, TV2 came to visit and make an interview with us.Csaba Gyetván, the reporter of the TV show called Szépítők made a short interview with Zoltai Judit, our co-owner and designer in our manufactory where they could make videos about the chandeliers and they could see the technique how we make them. If you are interested in it, you can see it HERE (from 14.30 minutes).

A New Award for János Héder and Judit Zoltai.Manooi has been deemed by the Design Management Award 2016 jury as being exemplary and worthy of recognition. The ceremony was held in the Museum of Applied Arts during the Budapest Design Week at the end of September where Judit Zoltai, the co-founder of Manooi recieved the certificate of merit.

The very first vertically suspended Halo chandelier composition has been made in our manufactory. We are amazed by the result.Halo was presented at the Light and Building trade fair in Frankfurt this year. The new product of the Manooi collection designed by János Héder gets his name from the optical phenomenon that one can sometimes observe in the sky, forming a circle encompassing the Sun or occasionally the Moon.


Budapest Sportaréna turned into a design heaven between 20-22 September, during the S/ALON Budapest 2019 Design Exhibition, in Budapest.

This year, MANOOI also attended on the exhibition in the “Hello Hungarian Design” section between Hungarian and international leading design brands. During the exhibition, visitors could wonder more than 40 MANOOI lamps and compositions.

Streamlined lamps of the Crystalight Collection made of thousands of crystals were defining elements of installations.

Minimalist Pendant chandeliers of the Personal Universe Collection with their fine lines and innovative shapes were representing a new generation of crystal lamps.