Sourcing lamps for a recent styling project, I found myself lingering over these beautiful images of the Theia by Marset. Designed by Mathias Hahn in 2016, the lamp's name is borrowed from the Greek goddess Theia – mother of the sun, the moon and the dawn. Featuring two intersecting half-spheres, the light has two faces which can be discovered by simply swivelling the fixture around its central axis. From light to shadow with a single gesture, it can be used as a reading lamp, or alternatively pointed towards an object or a wall, creating a subtle, indirect light that immediately warms the atmosphere. Available as both a Table and Floor lamp in either black or white, find out more about the beautiful lamps here.
Styling and photography by Openhouse Magazine for Marset