The Honeycomb Wall Lamp is composed of 32 hexagonal tubes brazed by hand. The lamp is available either in nickel-plated brass or polished brass. This iconic lamp was designed in 1953 for the high entrance hall of the Declercq’s house built by André Jacqmain and Jules Wabbes. To ensure it could be seen from both below and above, Jules Wabbes designed a lamp made of soldered hexagonal tube sections,  so that the light source (bulb) is filtered from both sides by the metallic structure. 

The Honeycomb Wall Lamp is a classic of our lamp range and is an exclusivity of GEDE. It decorated the apartment of the king and Queen of Belgium on the Godetia, the ship of the Belgian Navy.

Designed, manufactured and assembled in Belgium.

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272 mm

256 mm

250 mm

4,5 kg

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Polished Brass

Nickel Plated Brass