Youthful is the most appropriate adjective to describe this collection of hanging lamps designed by Benjamin Hubert, who drew inspiration from roof tiles to create the shape of the single elements.
Fun is the second adjective: Roofer, in fact, can be assembled, making it a sort of group game. Modern is the third adjective because the scales, made in a semi-rigid rubbery material, can be machine-washed at 30°. The collection is made up of hanging lamps for indoor use, in five different shapes, and can also be fitted directly to the ceiling rose by simply shortening the cables.
The frame is covered in scales made of a semi-rigid rubbery material, in four different colours (white, grey, brown and green), while the round diffuser is in white fabric. The lamp runs on mains power and is suitable for use with halogen and fluorescent bulbs.
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<p>Benjamin Hubert born in the UK in 1984, Benjamin Hubert studied Industrial Design and Technology at Loughborough University and graduated in 2006. Following successful degree shows, Benjamin exhibited at New Designers 06 with ‘Puff Out Lights’ winning the Corus Material Award and receiving short listings in two further categories. </p> <p> Benjamin Hubert Studio was launched at 100% Futures at 100% Design 2007 and was shortlisted as ‘best new exhibitor’. Returning to exhibit at 100% futures 2008, Benjamin received ‘the most promising designer award’ </p> <p> Benjamin Hubert Studio products are exhibited and retailed across the world and have received numerous industry awards. The studio employs a materials and process focused design approach and now works with a range of intern.</p>