In an effort to bring light into shaded city streets, Haberdashery has released a new concept reflector that uses huge Helio Ray reflectors to redirect from above the skyline. Designed to be mounted on the tops of tall buildings, the sculptured lighting concept utilizes two large mounted discs that collect and reflect the natural rays of the sun. This concept came as designers at Haberdashery compared modern cities to light-deprived rainforest floors.
It's broken down in two main reflecting components, the heliostat and reflector. The heliostat is the first piece of the concept reflector and automatically tracks the sun and gathers it into a concentrated beam. This beam is then reflected off a custom-designed reflector that results in shafts of light down the side of a building.