White Loom Pendant Lamps by Benjamin Hubert for Zero

June 27th, 2011 by retail design blog

Benjamin Hubert has created the Loom pendant lamps for the Swedish manufacturer Zero. Loom is a collection of organic textiles pendant lamp utilizing the new 3d woven polyester material designed by Benjamin Hubert for Zero Swedish manufacturer. Initially, this lamp is used as a source of comfort in the textile industry 3d bed has never been used in the lighting industry. Textiles can be drawn around the complex and diffuse light through a dense network of fibers woven polyester warp. Textile is offset and contrasted with the polymer light lens in the heart of every pendant. The forms of the reference light lanterns in traditional Chinese textiles as a reference point which is known to change with new technology materials.





http://www.iransdesign.com/white-loom-pendant-lamps-for-beautiful-coruscation-by-benjamin-hubert/

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