Hexa table lamp by Bas Vellekoop

May 22nd, 2016 by retail design blog

‘Hexa’, a table lamp is based on the mathematical shape of a hexagon, and is available in three exciting colors. The shape of the lamp makes it possible to create honeycomb-like patterns by placing the lamps in a grid. ‘Hexa’ is available in three colors: midnight blue, champagne and gold. This version of the ‘Hexa’ for on a table, dressoir, side table or desk is the first in a series of different pendant and free standing lamps based on this pattern and specific production proces.

‘Hexa’ the aluminum table lamp, is completely made in a local workshop in Holland. At first the aluminum is cut from a sheet of metal, after that the aluminum gets folded by hand to it’s final shape. ‘Hexa’ get it’s color from a special process where the lamp is immersed in several different baths with different pigments.

Designed by Bas Vellekoop









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