"From bees' honeycombs to the Giant's Causeway, hexagonal patterns are prevalent in nature due to their efficiency," states Haldane Martin. The South African studio launched its Hex coffee and side table series at the Southern Guild Heavy Metal Exhibition in 2013 and we can't get enough of the brassy pieces.
Jonathan Dorthe of Montreal's Atelier-D debuted the Hexa side table in March of 2014. Maple legs support a perforated acrylic top. "These sculptural tables create a nice contemporary ambiance and project interesting geometric shadows," Dorthe says.
Nine6 designed this coffee table, which is featured in our April 2014 issue (along with a host of other outdoor pieces!). Preview the magazine here and find it on newsstands.
Casamania's Hexagon bench made from galvanized metal is at home indoors or outside and is available in six colorways.
For more ways to design with hexagons, view this slideshow.