Hashi

Lamps by Federico Delrosso Architects, in Private ResidenceMilan, Italy

Lamps by Federico Delrosso Architects seen at Private Residence, Milan - Hashi
Lamps by Federico Delrosso Architects seen at Private Residence, Milan - HashiLamps by Federico Delrosso Architects seen at Private Residence, Milan - HashiLamps by Federico Delrosso Architects seen at Private Residence, Milan - Hashi

Hashi

atPrivate ResidenceMilan, Italy
Hashi is a floor lamp conceived to provide direct light in a simple and flexible manner. Its principle component is the pivot point between two “chopsticks” (Hashi) that serve as light sources. The two sticks can be positioned in different ways, creating a strong, graphic effect in space. Particular care has been given to the proportions. The sticks always appear lightweight and balanced.

Meet the Creator

"Federico Delrosso, architect and designer from Biella, operates at an international level since 2001, when he established his studio Federico Delrosso Architects in Milan, dedicated towards architecture, interior and product design.
Respecting the natural surroundings, urban context and the spirit of the spaces, intense like the energy and conscious imprint in the memory of spaces, Federico Delrosso conceives projects with a refined lightness characterized with a minimalist and naturalistic approach.
The homogeneity of materials, often left natural and raw, and the study of light, sensed as an emotional and tangible component of each project, represents the essential elements of his stylistic research and the very idea of architecture. The latter is in fact conceived as a "self-seeking soul in every detail of light and shade to reach the delicate balance that makes it independent of those who created it, lives it or will live it.""

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