When introduced in 2011, Horizon became an instant icon and was honored with the design industry's prestigious Red Dot Award. Its innovative Thin Film LED Technology and striking minimal design earned it a place in the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection. Humanscale has improved this classic’s functionality, light quality, and energy efficiency to ensure it remains at the forefront of sustainability and performance.
Horizon 2.0 offers >92 color rendering, increased joint stability and an integrated touch-dimming feature that allows you to adjust the light at the touch of a finger. We have also eliminated PVC from the light and achieved Energy Star 2.0 certification — taking this iconic design to a new level.
Exceptional Light Quality
Horizon 2.0 offers light that is brighter and more true-to-life than its predecessor. Ultra- wide and glare-free, this beam casts a single shadow on a work surface and negates the need for additional task lighting.
A streamlined power source and integrated user interface keep Horizon 2.0's award-winning form center stage; both also boost the fixture's performance, durability and ease of operation.
The new, improved Horizon is PVC-free and Energy Star 2.0-certified. Delivering 52 lumens/watt, it is extremely energy efficient and contributes to LEED, WELL, and Living Building Challenge certifications.
The first table light to use Thin Film LED Technology, Horizon is a Red Dot Award winner that is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).
Ergonomic and Adjustable
An internal counterbalnce and adjustable steel ball joints allow Horizon's single arm to be moved effortless. The fixture has an impressive 15" reach, allowing the light to be directed exactly where needed.
Suited to all Decors
With its striking minimal design, Horizon 2.0 is at home in residential, contract, and hospitality environments. It's also available in six vibrant colors.
Power Consumption: 7.5 watts
Color Temperature: 3000 K (bright white)
Color Rendering Index: >92
Lifespan: 50,000 hours (10 years)
Maximum Reach: 15"