Modern Contemporary Design


Kheops’ pyramidal structure protects and sanctifies the light source.

Details: Kheops, a Beech wood & 3D printed suspended light by Belgian designer Maxime Lagny has a pyramidal structure that “protects and sanctifies the light source” claims Lagny.


“This light consists of two entities: it can be used as accent lighting or assist lamp. Its pyramidal shape is inspired by ancient Egypt. It contains and reflects light as a self-luminescent material for the sacred.”


“It draws its energy from its ability to channel and diffuse light.”


Source: Photos by Gill Butty. Via MOCO Submit.




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2 thoughts on “Kheops’ pyramidal structure protects and sanctifies the light source.

That’s not a pyramid, it’s a tetrahedron.

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