Maxhedron is a study in material transformation through light and reflection. When Maxhedron is turned off, its mirrored surface gives it a mercurial quality, being at one present yet disappearing as it reflects its surroundings.
The second phase of transformation occurs when Maxhedron is turned on what was a solid surface becomes translucent, and the lights become a constellation of points.
Maxhedron contrasts rigid formal language with mutable material qualities for a very dynamic lighting piece.
Bec Brittain for Roll & Hill.
Model 1 - horizontal or vertical
L 61 cm / 30 cm
W 27 cm
H 30 cm / 61 cm
Model 2 - horizontal or vertical
L 76 cm / 43 cm
W 41 cm
H 43 cm / 76 cm
Model 3 - horizontal or vertical
L 107 cm / 56 cm
W 48 cm
H 56 cm / 107 cm
Blackened Steel, Brushed Brass, Oil-Rubbed Bronze, Polished Nickel