Radio Wall Lamp Design Francis Cayouette for Halo Design
The Radio Wall Lamp is designed by Francis Cayouette. For the design he was inspired by the early 20th century industrial electrical appliances. The Radio Wall Lamp is a decorative lamp that takes advantage of the low-glow light bulb with the highly visible filament. Radio casts playful and fascinating shadow lines on the surrounding surfaces, like a transparent yet fully fledged drawing come to life in threedimensional form. The lamp is transparent and due to its industrial design it is a beautiful appearance. The Radio Wall Lamp can be ordered in 3 sizes, diameter 28 cm, diameter 44 cm or diameter 70 cm. The color of the shade is dark gray. In addition to the Radio Wall Lamp there is also a Radio Pendant Light available.
The light source of the Radio Wall Lamp is a 8 Watt LED light source corresponding to the light output of a 60 Watt conventional light bulb. The color of the light is 2700 K, what we experience as warm light. The LED Light source is included with the lamp.
Francis Cayouette is a French-Canadian industrial designer and a graduate of the University of Montreal. Since 2000, he has lived and worked in Copenhagen, where he has his own studio, Unit 10 Design, which specializes in product design and creative management. Over the years, Francis Cayouette has created products for leading Danish and international design brands, including Wattalamp, Normann Copenhagen and Stelton, and his work has earned several international awards.
Halo Design designs and produces original and functional lamps with Scandinavian minimalism in mind. They are constantly reinventing their design language to remain contemporary and sustainable. At the same time, they remain true to the philosophy of developing beautiful and sustainable lighting solutions that are aesthetically unique, but also affordable for many.