Labware by Benjamin Hubert

I love these simple lighting pieces from Benjamin Hubert Studio! Labwares are mouth blown opal white glasses in a high gloss finish, complimented by hand turned bark topped cork stoppers from Portuguese cork factories.

Labware by Benjamin Hubert

The collection is exclusively manufactured and distributed by Authentics and will be available from January 2010. The collection is a set of glass bulbs shaped like lab utensils and tools, so they look very interesting. They have a white glossy finish to increase the effect. There are several shapes you can choose from. You can combine them or use them alone, the choice is all yours.

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This could be a fun element in a modern or contemporary house. It’s a modern piece, with an unusual shape, and this is the definition of the modern style. They could be a nice addition to the living room, bedroom, kitchen, hallway, or other rooms of the house. They would look nice and interesting in a teenager’s room. But the shape could also make them appropriate for the office. It could be great gift for someone who likes chemistry or works in that domain. It’s a fun fixture,, with an original design, inspired by real objects. It’s always fun to incorporate every day shapes into furniture or other structures’ design. So you don’t have to search for sophisticated or abstract designs, the answer is often very simple.{found on atelier29}



Published by in Lighting, on January 5th, 2010

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