Stripped down to its key essentials, Hex results in an intuitive use as well as low production costs and a small material input. At the same time HEX includes walls and surfaces into its functional process and establishes a connection between object and space. 

Its hexagonal body spawned HEX‘s name and resembles its key function. Five differently angled faces enable you to place it on surfaces or - together with a rubber-coated magnet - on the wall. With those different angles and simultaneous rotation you are able to point HEX in almost any direction possible. 

HEX is designed to consist of few materials fastening each other.The asymmetrical steel frame is powdercoated and a

necessity due to its use in combination with a magnet. 

The cooling element of the LED brings all the pieces together. It holds the threads to fasten the steel frame and positions the tubular alloy casing.


In essence - two screws hold it all together resulting in an easy assembly and recyclability. 

It‘s compact format allows HEX to interact with its sorrounding space. It fits into corners, shelves or tables. Together with a magnet it sits on the wall, pointing in almost any direction.

HEX‘s cable reacts differently. It either clings to the wall creating a graphical appeal or it sets itself apart from the wall, casting a shadow and generating a contrast to HEX‘s otherwise twodimensional design.

HWD:  130mm x 105mm x 50mm

LED:  8W, 2900K, 90CRI

Material:  Anodized Aluminium, Powdercoated Steel

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