Inspired by the coloured tiles of Marrakech. Pendant lamp designed by Benjamin Hubert for Fabbian

Published on April 29, 2014

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From the genius of Benjamin Hubert a lamp that breaks all patterns: it draws its inspiration from roofs, and consists of rubbery machine washable scales. The scales may be white or in three different shades to give a blurred effect. The lower part of the lamp is closed by a diffuser disk in polymethacrylate.

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Inspired by the coloured tiles of Marrakech, Benjamin designed a pendant lamp in which flexible silicone tiles are hung on a metal frame.

“The consumer can build their own lamp from a framework and selection of different coloured tiles, allowing for customisation as the end user becomes part of the design process.” Benjamin Hubert

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The tiles come in various colors enabling the consumer to customize their own design. The tiles are made of silicon polymer, flexible enough to form around a compound curvature framework while allowing some light to pass through.

Benjamin Hubert and Fabbian

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