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'Loom' by Benjamin Hubert for ZERO

Benjamin Hubert designed ‘Loom’ for the Swedish lighting manufacturer ZERO. Inspired by the traditional Chinese lantern the young British designer created a series of textile pendant lights, made from a high-tech 3D-woven polyester material.


Benjamin Hubert's 'Crane' task light for Swedish manufacturer Örsjö

Young British designer and winner of numerous design awards Benjamin Hubert has created a highly architectural task lamp for Swedish manufacturer Örsjö, currently on show at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2011.


Fri 16.7.

‘Foundation’ shelving by Benjamin Hubert (UK)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 16.07.2010 - Tagged as: , ,

'Foundation' by Benjamin Hubert

The London based designer Benjamin Hubert recently presented this shelf with integrated steel files. The structure is made from a dark grey Valchromat, is a wood fibre board sourced from forest waste and recycled pine which is based on an environmentally friendly manufacturing process with zero carbon emissions.


'heavy Desk Light' by Benjamin Hubert for Decode

'Heavy Desk Light' by Benjamin Hubert for Decode

Some of you might remember the beautiful thin walled cast concrete pendant lamps the British designer Benjamin Hubert presented at the 100%Futures at Earls Court last year. The young label Decode found intrest in the designer’s work and will launch a whole family of the ‘Heavy Lights’ this year.

'Heavy Desk Light' by Benjamin Hubert

'Heavy Desk Light' by Benjamin Hubert

“Heavy lights encapsulate the material focused approach of Benjamin Hubert studio and are designed not only to push the potential of an industrial material like concrete but also to challenge perceptions of value.

With a relatively lightweight, thin wall section (5mm) and polished exterior it is hoped that the user will value concrete as a luxury commodity in line with green issues and to counteract the current throwaway society. Heavy lamps utilise a material that is taken for granted in the building industry and present a high-end lighting solution elevating its material worth.”

'Heavy Desk Light' by Benjamin Hubert

'Heavy Desk Light' by Benjamin Hubert

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