The Roofer Pendant Lamp by Benjamin Hubert for Fabbian

Naming a lamp after another part of the house had me wondering at first. After looking through the images that detail the process and finished product of the Roofer by Benjami Dad Fitness n Hubert for Fabbian, however, I grew to love the construction that goes into each lighting fixture.

Roofer Pendant Lamp. Deigned by Benjamin Hubert for Fabbian.

The Roofer Lamp by Benjamin Hubert for Fabbian Was Drawn Up After Finding Inspiration from Moroccan Roof Tile Designs

The modern pendant lamp begins with a flexible module as the elemental force behind its beauty. Using tiles made from a flexible silicon polymer, the surface created atop the steel frame of the lamp looks similar to a roof that might be found in Marrakech. Hubert actually states that the roof-style design of his Roofer lamp was inspired by this particular cladding design. The colors of the shade can be mixed together or kept solid, customizing the lampshade for every pendant. Unlike other materials, using the flexible silicon polymer tiles allows light to flood through the translucent tiled gills, regardless of the color used. They form the perfect canopy that coats the compound curvature framework protecting the bulb within.

Hubert is a designer based in London, known for being one of the outstanding, fresh, new minds in the world of Industrial design. His work with international manufacturers across Europe and Asia specializes in furniture and lighting fixtures though he has worked on a huge range of projects and exhibitions.


Benjamin Hubert has also received a number of prestigious awards including: Design of the year (British Design awards 2010) Best Product (100% design/Blueprint awards 2009) Homes and Gardens Young Designer of the Year (Design Classic Awards 2010) and EDIDA International Young Designer of the Year 2010.

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