Posts Tagged ‘hexagons’

Smari Cretan Honey packaging by Leftgraphic

January 12th, 2018

The hexagons that move freely in space symbolize the bees, which gather together to form a new hive. At the center of the hive there is the queen. Perfect symmetrical shapes suggest a well organized bee society. The hexagon, using motifs from the Cretan textile industry, captures the new hive and the result is right!

Inspirational HUB by Alessandro Luciani for Grottini, Porto Recanati – Italy

November 9th, 2015

The new emotional environment created by designer Alessandro Luciani for Grottini’s 40th anniversary is not simply an exhibition space but rather a unique setting in which visitors can interact and experience a social moment in which to exchange.

Honeycomb lighting by Habits Studio for Luceplan

February 19th, 2013

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.

Novotel restaurant by Blacksheep, Manchester

November 26th, 2012

The decision was therefore taken to reference Manchester’s industrial heritage, focusing on cotton and textiles, employing a range of evocative elements including photographic abstracts of 19th century tools and large-scale bespoke artworks. Improving the logistics of the space – increasing the number of covers while making it easier for staff to move around – was of paramount importance.

Thunderball by Richard Hutten for Ngispen

July 27th, 2011

Homeware company Ngispen have collaborated dutch designer Richard Hutten to develop ‘Thunderball’, a pendant light whose overall form is dictated by the user.