Hexagon by Steven Holl for Horm

June 23rd, 2011 by retail design blog

Hexagon is a system comprising two modules which, flanked one next to the other, create an infinity of compositions for any need. Usable as a shelf or chair, both indoors and outdoors. Once again, Horm and Steven Holl have experimented with new materials. Hexagon is in fact available in Lecce stone, Okumé wood or white or black painted metal. A set of stools/side tables in Lecce stone, white or black varnished metal, or okoume wood. Indoor/Outdoor furniture.



http://www.horm.it

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