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.
- Made predominantly of recycled aluminum
- Light Head: 24 x 10 cm / 9.5 x 3.8 inch
- Arm Length: 47 cm / 18.5 inch
- Base Width: 20 cm / 8 inch
- 7.5 watts, CRI >94, 3000K
- Dims to 5% of maximum
- Lifespan: Up to 50,000 hours
- 10-year, 24/7 warranty
The best designs in the world are based on purpose and function. When a design solves a functional problem, as simply and elegantly as possible, the resulting form will be honest and timeless. Uncompromising performance-centric design in its purest form is at the heart of every Humanscale solution. Each of our ergonomic products is designed for uncomplicated use, maximum comfort, a long serviceable life, and a minimal environmental footprint. And that’s why they look good, too.
Humanscale Horizon 2.0 LED Light (Quickship) Designed by:
- Michael McCoy
- Peter Stathis
The first recipient of the Smithsonian's Design Minds National Design Award, Michael McCoy has been exhibited around the world, including London's Design Museum and the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. McCoy studied industrial design at Michigan State University and has had an illustrious career in design and education. His furniture and product designs have received more than 200 national and international design awards. Michael teamed up with designer Peter Stathis to create the Horizon LED task light – the first task light to utilize ThinFilm LED Technology.
Counting light as one of his special interests, Peter's designs have been exhibited in museums and galleries across the country. His work can be found in the permanent collections of major national museums and he has received numerous awards, including the IDSA International Design Excellence Award. Combining his lighting expertise with Michael McCoy’s design ingenuity, the two designers created the Horizon LED task light – an award-winning light utilizing ThinFilm LED Technology.