Spinning Light by Benjamin Hubert

August 19th, 2011 by retail design blog

These elegant pendant lights are one of his latest creations. Benjamin Hubert tries to take a material led approach to everything he designs. In the case of Spinning Light Tall and Spinning Light Wide, the material and process was metal spinning. The shape of the lamps was inspired by the classic spinning-top toy, one of Benjamin’s childhood favorites. The Spinning Lights are made of lacquered steel with a textile cord and come in white, black or purple. The Spinning Light is a great modern pendant lamp with a beautiful distinctive shape. Spinning Lights look amazing hung individually or in a group. A great addition for any modern interior. Manufactured by Traditions in Denmark.







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