Honeycomb lighting by Habits Studio for Luceplan

February 19th, 2013 by retail design blog

Like the cells of a beehive, the hexagonal modules of Honeycomb are joined freely into a suspension lamp with a captivating organic symmetry. The hexagons, connected by clips, give life to a self supporting structure capable of housing energy-saving LED and halogen light sources for direct and indirect light.

Designed by Habits Studio for Luceplan








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