Submitted by Nüvist, Oreala Lamp is a simple lamp with a halo in the shape of a circular light. This shape also represents flames in Asian art while the entire body looks like a religious art from Ancient Greece, Buddhism, or among other religions. Inspired by Aureola, a radiance luminous cloud or disc of light that surrounds a figure that represents holiness, Oreala Kamp looks like a Halo or a Nimbus. Many people with exceptional holiness are often depicted with a circular glow around their head or around their body.
Oreala Lamp wants to demonstrates how we can transform that iconographic halos and circular glows into physical forms. A lamp is chosen to identify that circular glow context as a light source. The circular light shape is taken as basic of the form, however, physical laws require this lamp to touch the surface. Therefore, Nüvist has designed two minimalist legs that are focused on the center of gravity, in this way, Oreala can feature unbroken shape and self-balanced feature. The design also represents the context of humanity’s harmony with faiths, because everyone believes in something, somehow.
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