The Hexx table lamp comes from the union of two different hexagonal prisms made of perforated sheet metal - a clear reference to industrial language - and superimposed so that the screens of the two elements do not coincide.
This simple idea leads to an optical effect - called "moiré - that creates a fascinating play of light.
From the industrial form of the bolt, the hives of bees in nature, the hexagon is a perfect shape, capable of giving rise to infinite compositions from a single polygon.
The top source is directed upwards and offers functional light that illuminates by reflection, while the bottom creates a magical atmosphere light, drawing the play of light on the stand and on the walls. Two also available finishes: black, minimalist graphic, or green with a reference to the oxidation of copper and therefore in a language at once natural and industrial.