The Hexa Lamp by DesignLibero Incorporates the Sweet Aesthetic of Bees

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Sep 13, 2012 • References: designlibero &
Some of the most beautiful forms and patterns can be found in nature and the Hexa Lamp by DesignLibero has been conceived with inspiration from insects. Modeled on more spherical interpretations of honeybee wax cells, these light fixtures look scrumptious from every angle.

Even with their white and glossy structures, the versatile pendant lamps have a naturalness about the way that they have been manufactured. Not every single face of the three-dimensional honeycomb sculptures has been rendered light-penetrable. At random, the shapes seem to be closed or left open to varying degrees. The resultant look is one with an unevenness of the emitted illumination and a quality that makes the Hexa Lamp by DesignLibero all the more visually intriguing. The impression is enhanced by the versatility of the fixtures since they're capable of behaving as table lamps as well. Stats for Honeycomb Hanging Fixtures Trending: Older & Chilly
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