"Don't call it a chandelier" would say the designers and entrepreneurs Ivan Lolli and Mario Memmoli who prefer to define Algebra, in the new Circular version, as a sculpture of light, a micro-architecture of light, a cascade of crystals completely handcrafted in their laboratory active by almost thirty years. Algebra Circular by Lolli e Memmoli is the evolution of a project presented in 2018 which is inspired (in Arabic al-ǧabr means union) by the succession of hexagonal motifs. In the latest circular version, the Algebra Circular model is therefore created by drops of crystals on a hexagonal base hooked and fixed together with a system that hides the cage and the light source itself, leaving only the sparkle of the crystal visible. Like well-studied mechanical gears, the union of the elements gives life to scenographic light compositions, apparently light, potentially infinite and always different in shape and color. The repetition of the hexagonal pattern recalls contemporary trends in fashion and interior design in which geometric polygons are combined to create fascinating patterns. This visual reference gives Algebra Circular a glamorous aesthetic; the tailoring with which each chandelier is made in over four weeks of manual work pays homage to the creations of the masters of haute couture.