Hashi is a floor lamp that projects focused light with purity and flexibility. It arises from an almost invisible contact of two simple elements that recalls oriental chopsticks (Hashi in Japanese). The fundamental and unobtrusive component of this project is the joint that allows you to position the “sticks,” creating a clear graphic sign in the space. Special attention to proportions makes the gesture free, but always balanced. The invisible friction joint is completely amalgamated within the matte black tubes yet allows a precise rotational adjustment of the two elements.
“Hashi illuminates with direct light in a very simple and flexible manner” – Federico Delrosso.
ADI Design Index 2019 is the final step towards the XXVI Compasso d’Oro ADI in 2020: The publication and the exhibition of the projects were presented on 14th October in Milan at Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology. The exhibition will remain open until October 20, the ADI Design Index 2019 exhibition set up in the 2nd cloister of the Leonardo da Vinci Museum. The second stage of the exhibition will be in Rome from 22nd to 26th October.