Olah (Light) by Maurice Dery
2018 - 2019, Golden A' Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Award Winner
Olah reveals the depths of refinement. Conceived from two of karice’s award winning creations, olah takes aesthetic inspiration from a previously co designed pendant and efficient engineering from the Electron Wall Sconce to bring a new luminaire to life. The new wall sconce marries technological innovation with sleek and sophisticated design. In the spirit of the halo and electron, olah illuminates on a ring without visible fasteners, giving a clean finished aesthetic
Olah is a wall sconce using a circline fluorescent bulb, that is integral to the lighting design. Ingenuity and a love of engineering enabled us to create the light without any visible fasteners. The light is unique because of its versatility in hanging options. The light can be mounted in four different ways, using a specifically designed universal bulb holder, and a distinctly designed mounting plate to install the sconce. What you receive is with Olah is four lights in one.
Design Challenges
A creatiive solution was developed to eliminate all fasteners. No where on the light will you see any visible fasteners, except on the bottom of the wall mounting plate. The wall mounting plate is attached to the J-box using a uniquely designed mounting bracket
Production Technology
The process begins with an idea. The first step is to draft the design in Auto Cad. A drawing is created and refined. Programs are written to machine the parts on a computer controlled milling machine. Parts are machined out of billet aluminum, finished, test fitted and sent for anodizing. After parts are finished, the light is assembled, wired, inspected and certified.
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