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The Helios Lamp is Named After the Greek Personification of the Sun

 - Jun 24, 2011
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Like a soft tendril of smoke, the Helios Lamp rises up to the ceiling in one beautiful, subtle movement. Graceful and elegant, it adds that touch of sophistication that every household needs. Yet it doesn't forgo the need for a bit of whimsy either.

Designed by Milos Todorovic, the Helios Lamp brings new meaning to floor light fixtures. More sculptural than anything, it would fit perfectly into any contemporary living space. Nevertheless, the Helios Lamp also embraces ancient myths since it is named after the Greek personification of the sun.

Made out of two pieces of flat plywood that mirror each other, the Helios Lamp features a matte glass ellipsoid between them for an artistic feel. Designed for the Becker 2011 contest, the Helios Lamp will surely win some sort of praise.