The Holix floor lamp is the exciting new collection from Jalu that puts you in control. Modular in design, it comprises multiple hexagonal elements that can be arranged in a variety of configurations in terms of height (36 - 92cm), colour (complementary or contrasting) and light patterns (regular or random).

Price for standard colours (including VAT and UK delivery): £350 for the base unit and lid + £95 per stackable module. Discounts available for multiple units - call us to discuss.

The Holix has been designed to be flexible and fun. It can be easily assembled (and reassembled) in sets of 1 to 5 modules. It comprises the base unit with integrated luminaire, individual stackable modules and a lid. Choose your base and then add your modules and lid to suit.

The initial Spring 2017 colour palette consists of a contemporary suite of greys, blues and a light cream with our unique matt finish providing texture and an intrinsic lustre. Our new Summer range adds a deeper blue and green, and warmer neutrals.

The lid can also be created with a striking range of complementary or contrasting finishes, completely unique to you, see Colours.

If you don't see a colour that is right for you, contact us to discuss bespoke colour matching.


  • Height: 36, 50, 64, 78 or 92cm
  • Width at widest point: 28cm
  • Weight: base unit 15kg, Holix modules 3.6kg, lid 3.6kg
  • Voltage: 230V
  • Wattage: 5W LED (replaceable), max 10W
  • Cable: 3.5m outdoor cable and 13A plug
  • Protection: IP65, CE mark, design registration in progress
  • UV resistant: however, over time, slight fading and changes to surface colour may occur
  • Suitable for swimming pool area ≥ Zone 2
  • Country of origin: UK

As with all Jalu products, the Holix provides an elegant focal point that is equally attractive in both natural light and when illuminated at night, providing sophisticated ambient lighting. It can be positioned as a standalone feature, or in groups (e.g. of varying height and colours) for visual impact within an integrated design scheme.

View the Jalu ebrochure or download pdf here.