Posts Tagged ‘Benjamin Hubert’

Modular chair for Fritz Hansen by Benjamin Hubert

October 5th, 2016

The design of the stackable chair is reflective of the mid-century style pioneered by the Danish brand, which was founded by carpenter Fritz Hansen in 1872. A pressed plywood seat shell is paired with a translucent polycarbonate backrest, while the sled base legs are made from bent metal.

Canisters by Benjamin Hubert for Bitossi

August 5th, 2015



Benjamin Hubert patterns ceramic containers with raised seams

Amass modular system by Benjamin Hubert for 100% Design

May 21st, 2014

AMASS comprises three simple modules that, when assembled en masse, generate a structure that defines space without creating a visual barrier. 46,000 modules are used for the 100% Design installation.

Pelt chair by Benjamin Hubert for De La Espada

October 26th, 2012

Pelt is a plywood skinned chair with solid ash frame.

Tenda lamps by Benjamin Hubert

October 2nd, 2012

The primary component of the lamp series is a multi layered construction of textile. The exterior is covered by a quad-directional high stretch micro mesh. This give the lamp its volume and an ethereal lightness with a sense of varying opacity depending on your viewing position. The internal layers are constructed from Lycra which diffuses the light source.

Quarry lamps by Benjamin Hubert for De La Espada

November 25th, 2011

Quarry are hand-turned, thin-walled marble pendant lights with roughly finished interior, to add texture and describe the story of stone production. Quarry utilises the marble’s translucent properties to diffuse the light and reveal its veining.

Spinning Light by Benjamin Hubert

August 19th, 2011

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.

Chimney lamp by Benjamin Hubert for Viaduct

August 17th, 2011

The Chimney lights are produced using a technique known as slip-casting (liquid clay poured into plaster moulds) – they are cast with a white earthenware clay.

Treis by Kundalini

June 27th, 2011

The visual style is simple, but it summarizes multiple meanings. Industry and nature. Speed and tranquility. Organic sinuosity and technical rigour. Movement and harmony. Treis. Suspended Lamp. A project arising from the out-of-the box imagination of Benjamin Hubert. The main elements of inspiration were car headlights. Hubert employs their prismatic diffusers with an ultra contemporary decorative effect, that also calls to mind the open and natural logic of fractals.

White Loom Pendant Lamps by Benjamin Hubert for Zero

June 27th, 2011

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.