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.
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. It forms as the sunlight is refracted in millions of randomly oriented hexagonal ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere.
Halo combines modern, high-quality LED as light source, directed outwards along the lamp curve, and the most luxurious crystal brand, Swarovski. This unique piece reminds us of the excellent capacity and phenomena that light can create. Whether arranged in horizontal, vertically or angled position, Halo will be a real eye-catcher when different diameters are combined. Suitable for open space or close to a ceiling, Halo is perfect for hotel lobbies, office receptions or even private residences. In fact, there are no limitations as to where Halo can be positioned due to the variety of diameter or the many composition possibilities with various rings suspended at different distances from one to the other.
Our standard light creations can be customised to express personal taste and to complement perfectly any style and colour of the interior in which they will be placed. Do not hesitate to contact us if you fall in love with these pink chandeliers!
We produce our crystal chandeliers in our very own workshop using traditional artisanship. This classic technology allows us to create one-of-a-kind lighting creations. They are unique pieces of art that add immense character to the scheme.
Let us introduce you our latest bespoke project, Infinity crystal chandelier. Its never ending loops awake the power of the infinity and symbolize eternity, empowerment, and everlasting positiveness.
LED presents new possibilities and different ways of integrating light into fixtures and other objects. We are using this source of light in Infinity.
Participants from 57 nations had registered about 5,200 products and innovations for the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2016. Only products which set themselves apart considerably through their excellent design receive the sought-after quality seal from the international Red Dot jury.
Red Dot Award is the most substantial international prize in the design industry, has been celebrating since 1955 the excellent quality of projects and manufacturers. Commonly called as the design Oscar.
The winner products will be presented in the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen from the beginning of July 2016. The award ceremony and gala will take place on 4th of July 2016 in Essen too.
Ray is a three-pointed sculptural steel wall lamp with halogen lights on the backside. Tesselating wall scone giving an impossibly stylish illusion on any wall – instant depth and unrivaled beauty. Best showing it’s ingenious design in composition, it instantly catches the eye, enabling the creator to install unique arrangements into any space. Playing with the illusions of being a 2D object in a 3D space, this subtle shift in the depth of space and the hexagonal design instantly creates the sense of systematicness. Alone or in composition, it definitely gives a new dimension to any wall. It is also available in floor lamp version too.
Janos Héder and Judit Zoltai – the designers of Inarchi – are well-known when it comes to designer lamps and installations – for good reason. They have not only been the designers of but the driving force behind the success story of the decade, bringing chandeliers to life for projects all over the world, inspiring and uplifting the thousands of people who see them every day.
Halo was presented at the Light+Building trade fair in Frankfurt in 2016. This modern stlye chandelier of the Personal Universe collection was designed by János Héder and was named after the optical phenomenon that one can sometimes observe in the sky, forming a circle encompassing the Sun or occasionally the Moon. It forms as the sunlight is refracted in millions of randomly oriented hexagonal ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere.
With his years of experience as an interior designer, János knows the difficulties one encounter when designing an interior and so always creates his design with the perspective to solving those problems.
János design Halo with the intention to keep an apparent insubstantiality by using a minimum of matter without ever compromising with the quality and the effect rendered. The Manooi Halo combined modern, high-quality LED as light source, directed outwards along the lamp curve, and the most luxurious crystal brand- Swarovski. This unique piece reminds us of the excellent capacity and phenomena that light can create. Every crystal is carefully assembled as small branches, emerging like light beams that would be cover with frost and diffracting the light into thousands of sparkles.
Whether arranged in horizontal or angled position, Halo will be a real eye-catcher when different diameters are combined. Suitable for open space or close to a ceiling, Halo is perfect for hotel lobbies, office receptions or even private residences. In fact, there are no limitations as to where Halo can be positioned due to the variety of diameter or the many composition possibilities with various rings suspended at different distances from one to the other.
And thanks to its light and minimal design you can be sure of always being elegant but never overpowering the interior design.
In the beginning, when he was creating Manooi’s 2005 debut collection, the concept that János Héder had wanted to capture with his first lighting product was that of two galaxies embracing each other. After making and rejecting dozens of designs, he found his perfect shape. He named it ‘Artica’. The Artica chandelier has since become an iconic symbol of the Manooi brand, its distinctive ellipse recognized around the world.
Swarovski has been Manooi’s conceptual partner from the outset, inspiring the designers with the brilliance of its crystal, so János and Judit then approached Swarovski with the idea of making a bespoke Artica-shaped crystal. János would design the shape and Swarovski’s skilled technicians would create it. The resulting Artica cut would embody the synergy between the two companies—a unique partnership, like two galaxies embracing. What better representation of Manooi’s success?
The Artica crystal decorates each of Manooi pieces to provide proof of authenticity. As a tribute to enduring partnerships and to a brilliant artistic vision, it’s the ideal embodiment of the philosophical foundations of the brand. If Artica isn’t part of it, it’s not a true Manooi.