Theia M table light

Mathias Hahn | Marset


Transitioning from light to shadow with a single gesture, the Theia table lamp's two faces are reminiscent of the sun and the moon. It emits diffused light that immediately warms the atmosphere.

Product Information
Designed by Mathias Hahn for Marset, Theia takes its name from Greek goddess of the sun, the moon and the dawn. The light is composed of two half-spheres, one placed horizontally and the other vertically, which intersect with each other. The design is elementary and streamlined. The moveable shade swivels around the central axis, allowing to be pointed towards you for use as a reading lamp, or away to bathe the room in a subtle, indirect light.

Base and stem in lacquered iron. Dissipater in lacquered aluminium with built-in switch. Vertical semi-sphere made of lacquered spun metal, with the interior in white, and a transparent smoked shade in thermoformed methacrylate. Black electrical cord.

H 44   Dia. 32 cm
Cable length 150 cm

Technical Information
LED SMD 11,3W 700mA
2700K CRI90
Light Source 1019lm (included)


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