Layer is the first agency to re-think the generic charity box, creating a powerful tool for fundraising that expresses the values of the Maggie’s brand.
Seams collection stems from the studio’s research into creating mass-produced products with one off details by manipulating a traditional ceramic manufacturing process. They began the project with a study into the slip casting process to establish how it could be utilised to introduce decorative elements to the product without a secondary decorating process. The components of the mould can be rotated to various positions for every piece produced, meaning no two are identical.
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.
Hubert has designed AMASS to be re-used after the exhibition. The modular format of the product enables the same components to be re-assembled in any context or space where events are held.