Luxya is a ceiling lamp whose shape can be modified as you like. It has been designed to have different forms and be adaptable to different environments.
Luxya is inspired by technical drawing tools and reinvents the classical-set square as a variable, modular element. It consists of a central core — made of beech wood and shaped by CNC technology. It is designed to accommodate from 3 up to 12 transparent plexiglass set squares. Each set square side is made to sharpen the light and emphasize the lamp’s profile.
Thanks to an interlocking screw system, the set square can be placed on the wooden core to allow the user to combine endless forms.
Each set square can be positioned in six different ways, thanks to six holes. these six holes make it possible to easily insert a micro-screw that will allow the coupling to the wooden block. By moving the screws in the different holes, it is possible to vary the position of the set squares, and the final shape of the lamp. Six basic forms are possible using the set squares in the same position, but the geometry is infinitely interchangeable.