||||||||||||All sketched out: the tenacious Benjamin Hubert, and some of his prolific output|Made from soft 3D woven polyester, Loom shows Hubert’s preoccupation with materials|Sketches for Loom|The assemble- it-yourself Roofer pendant|Quiet time: the noise-absorbing Pod chair. Its pressed felt shell is made from recycled plastic|Treis, a pendant light intended to be hung in clusters|The clean and elegant Crane light, for Swedish makers Örsjö|The Maritime chair – which nearly didn’t make it, owing to its manufacturers’ concerns over cost|Work-in-progress on the Maritime chair|A Year in the Making, the 2009 collection that turned Hubert into everyone’s go-to design guy|LED task light Paddle shows the evolution of Hubert’s signature style||
11 Apr 2011

Benjamin Hubert: living up to the hype

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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