Designed as two-half spheres, one placed horizontally, the other vertically, the Marset Theia Table Lamp allows you to swivel the fixtures around a central axis, allowing you to alter the perception of the lamp. Mathias Hahn’s design is an attempt to portray the contrast, as well as the harmony and balance found within light and shadow. This highly original, contemporary piece is meant to satisfy our natural fascination with light in all its forms. Theia can be used as a reading lamp, but when directed at a wall it will cast a subtle warm light, providing your space with a delicate ambience.
London-based German designer Mathias Hahn has worked on diverse projects for clients such as Marset, Ligne Roset, Kvadrat, Kohler, Magazin and Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin.
Mathias has a natural desire for designing towards use and functionality. He pictures his work as having two sides. One is based on the idea to create objects that have a place in everyday life and solve a particular problem, the other one is more playful and related to the narrative side of the design process which often functions as a starting point.