Suitable for use as a coffee table or as a stool in an outdoor environment, Hexagon is made from Lecce stone or okumé wood.
Lecce stone is a white and elegant limestone, with an amber color. In southern Puglia there are statues and buildings made of Lecce stone and dating back to Roman times. Lecce stone has also been protagonist of the complex architecture of the Baroque age.
Significant examples are the friezes, the capitals, the pinnacles and the rose windows that decorate many palaces and churches in the beautiful town of Lecce, also known as the Florence of South Italy.
Okumè is a wood native to tropical western Africa that is highly appreciated for its durability and resistance to humidity. It is in great demand among nautical professionals for the production of structural parts, flooring and furnishings.
Designed by American architect Steven Holl, Hexagon is a system composed of two irregular hexagonal modules. Placed side by side, the elements allow for perfect interlocking and offer the possibility of creating infinite compositions for every need.