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Heavy Pendant Light Tall
by
Benjamin Hubert & Decode
Select a Heavy Light
Tall: Light Brown + Red Cord: $500
Tall: Light Brown + White Cord: $500
Tall: Dark Grey + Red Cord: $500
Tall: Dark Grey + White Cord: $500
Tall: Light Grey + Red Cord: $500
Tall: Light Grey + White Cord: $500
Tall: White + Red Cord: $500
Tall: White + White Cord: $500
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DESCRIPTION

Giving his award-winning concept a stretch, designer Benjamin Hubert offers an elongated version of his unorthodox cast-concrete lighting series in the Heavy Tall Light for Decode London. Working in concrete, he expands on the vocabulary of this design material, providing a powerful reminder of the intrinsic worth of any medium. This pendant light’s thin-walled shade is individually slip-cast and left inverted in the mold to dry for a number of days as random air pockets and marble-like veining develop on the interior. Yet the exterior surface of the form remains sleek and smooth to the touch. Benjamin’s work has received international critical and media acclaim and has been exhibited internationally; Decode London more than lives up to its aim of challenging long-held conventions in modern interiors.

SPECIFICATIONS
SIZE
  • 11.5" h x 6.3" d (29x16cm)
  • Drop height: 78.75" (200cm)
DETAILS
  • Braided fabric cord only available on non-UL version
MATERIAL
  • Concrete
PACKAGING
  • Branded box
SHIPPING INFO
TECHNICAL INFO
  • Max wattage 35 watts
ABOUT THE DESIGNER: BENJAMIN HUBERT

BENJAMIN HUBERT

"Robust" is a favorite word of UK-born designer Benjamin Hubert when describing his eponymous firm's approach to furniture, lighting and accessory design. His team includes industrial designers, researchers and engineers, all focused on innovating with materials and strategies. That's led to Benjamin Hubert Ltd. collaborating with a roster of international brands from Europe to Asia and Australia to Brazil and the US. "We're a small studio, a young studio—but there's quite a lot of knowledge here," he says.

Educated at Loughborough University with a degree in Industrial Design and Technology, Benjamin first gained notice upon graduation at the New Designers '06 exhibit. Several honors followed, including 2 Red Dot citations, Design of the Year (British Design Awards) and Best Product (Blueprint Magazine 100% Design.) Perhaps such success stems from a regard for the rigor of his process: "If you give somebody a set of constraints, you push the limits."