HALO is a full-service lighting consultancy that specialises in providing tailored solutions to the commercial, urban and residential sectors. From the initial design
phase right through to planning, specifications, calculations, supply, delivery and troubleshooting, HALO provides expert advice to ensure seamless end-to-end service.
In addition to unparalleled service, HALO represents a diverse range of brands by renowned designers. Its collections are sourced from all over the world and include leading brands such as Vibia, Selux, Schmitz, Atelier Sedap, Decode, Aqua Creations, Leds-C4 and Egger Licht. Recently it has also released its own in-house brand, HALO, which includes economical, energy-efficient architectural lighting products.
HALO Lighting is the creation of lighting industry specialist Reg Campbell.
Tubes Series designed by Fabrice Berrux for Dix Heures Dix, featured at Firewater Grille, Duxton Hotel Perth, designed by Ross Sta Maria, photography by The Scene Team.
Focusing more on architectural design-based lighting, Reg’s vision is guided by more than 30 years of experience in the industry, and is realised through premium product, strong work relationships, and personalised service to create standout spaces.
HALO is a close-knit group and believes in innovative solutions teamed with personalised attention to each project. Its strong supplier relationships enable it to work well with project deadlines and requirements. The collections it represents also offer various solutions to meet both aesthetic and budget requirements.
HALO is fast becoming known for its work with some of Australia’s most elite, award-winning architectural and design practices. The most recent DIA Awards feature two projects that HALO is proud to have contributed to. The first is a corporate award of merit to HASSELL Architects for The Australian Finance Group, and the second is a commendation for Brooking Design Architects on the JSRACS Kindergarten (Beechboro Campus).
Neo Cassette Series design by Selux, featured at Roleystone SHS,
architecture by Gresley Abas, electrical consulting by SKM, photography by Chantel Concei.