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Born in the UK in 1984, Benjamin Hubert studied Industrial Design and Technology at Loughborough University and graduated in 2006. Following successful degree shows, Benjamin exhibited at New Designers 06 with ‘Puff Out Lights’ winning the Corus Material Award and receiving short listings in two further categories.
Benjamin Hubert Studio products are exhibited and retailed across the world and have received numerous industry awards. The studio employs a materials and process focused design approach and now works with a range of international manufacturers across furniture, lighting and product sectors. Working with companies such as Ercol, De Vorm, De La Espada, &Tradition, Decode, Authentics and Viaduct, Benjamin Hubert has created some amazing pieces from lighting made with cork to beech coatstands.
In 2011 Benjamin presented in Stockholm this design for the Swedish brand zero.
Loom is a collection of organic textile pendant lamps utilising a new 3D woven polyester material designed by Benjamin Hubert for Swedish manufacturer Zero.
Originally used as a source of comfort in the bedding industry the 3D textile has never before been used in the lighting industry.
All are made of polyester, material for the first time we have seen in a lighting product. The textile can be stretched around complex forms and diffuses the light through its dense network of warp woven polyester fibers.
The Textile is offset and contrasted with a brightly lit polymer lens at the heart of each pendant. The forms of the textile lamps reference traditional Chinese lanterns as a known reference point transformed with a new technological material.
Maybe some of the most curious, to close the shape of the lamp simply sew. Of course hand stitched
We have all heard and harped about the seemingly short attention span of teenagers nowadays. Well, instead of complaining, designer Thomas Droze has actually looked forth to utilizing this short span of attention for increasing the productivity of teenagers (and adults) around the world. How so, you ask? Well, he has conceived the 45° LED lamp, a minimalist lighting mechanism whose design language is based upon the time period of 45 minutes. According to studies, maximum effectiveness while studying or working can only be achieved in time increments.
Demodé es un nuevo material desarrollado por la diseñadora chilena Bernardita Marambio que pretende aprovechar y rescatar residuos textiles pre-consumidor, compuestos por materia natural y plástica. Los residuos se aglomeran con un adhesivo 100% biodegradable a base de almidón, que le otorga resistencia estructural.
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Designers really find it tough to detach themselves completely from the designing project. It is more of a challenge for a designer to remain objective throughout the designing process. Though we are all aware of the importance of following ‘Users-First design’ approach, designers find it overwhelmingly difficult to put a rein on their creative impulse.
Success of a user-first design is directly linked to the objective approach of the designer. However, there are other things involved too like proper planning, sensible approach and meticulous execution of the project. Feedback directly from users multiple sources is certainly another great way to ensure that final outcome is going to serve the users and not to feed the ego of the designers. But rarely does it happen.
And here are the reasons why some designers still struggle while trying to adopt the trend of ‘user-first design’
Do not try to be Cool
It is a fact whenever a designer is assigned with a new project; determination runs through his veins to make this project a grand success. So far so good. But things take a different turn when the designer starts making attempts to add some cool elements that will stand testimony to his creativity and his greatness as a designer.
Now, this type of attempt to incorporate coolness in the design ultimately undermines the importance of upholding the tenants of the ‘user-first’ design approach. In their effort to add some ‘cool’ elements in the design; they end up adding elements that serve no fruitful purpose. People may in general appreciate these ‘cool’ elements but mark my words; you will never be able to align these elements with the business objective of the website.
Shoes Books and a Bike is a minimalist design created by Switzland-based designer Thomas Walde. Cycling is again enjoying increasing popularity in European cities. With a level of efficiency of about 95%, the bicycle is the most ecological way of getting around there is. The Shoes, Books and a Bike stand puts the wonder machine on a platform, frames the bicycle and gives it a deserved place of honor in the apartment.
A Suspended Room is a minimalist house located in Gentilly, France, designed by NeM Architectes. Located within a row of houses, there is an interval that leaves a space large enough for people to view the Bièvre valley and its towers, providing a frame for a fragmented cityscape. The architecture within the neighborhood is rather diverse, and the buildings surrounding this unique home are all quite low. The client’s desire for a parking area, as well as the need for an extra space, gave the architects a perfect opportunity to create an exterior sheltered area.
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A minimalist house, located in Swiss pre-alps / Fribourg and designed by Ralph Germann Architects. The architecture focuses on creating spaces that allow for deep reflection and meditation. On the border of the disciplines of architecture and interior design, the architects look for greater mobility of thought and action and thus defines a structure that balances content and form. This home in particular overlooks a serene environment with a beautiful mountain scape backdrop. To keep in tune with the natural beauty surrounding the house, the architects chose neutral colors and materials to outfit the house.
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LaFresca Watering Can is a minimalist design created by England-based design firm Martiniblanco Studio. The watering can is manufactured in silicone, and comes in a variety of colors. The designer wanted to create a product that was both playful and useful. He wanted the aesthetic to be part of the reason why the user would want to use the product in the first place.
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You probably send a hundred emails for every written communication you put through the post nowadays, so why would having a great letterhead matter? Just take a moment to add up how many letters you actually receive each day and think again! Most businesses still communicate with their customers using snail mail – and an arresting letterhead could just stop your client’s sales pitch ending up straight in the bin.
Good stationery design is an essential element to branding and puts the company logo into the context of a personalised communication. A well-designed letterhead can speak volumes over and above the contents of the letter; it can be used to showcase a company’s ethical stance, its commitment to quality and its USP.
Consider the following pointers before you start designing your client’s corporate stationery:
- Rationalise the information the letterhead needs to carry. There’s nothing more hideous than a letterhead with multiple addresses, numerous phone numbers and a plethora of email and Web addresses. Stress to your client the need to keep it short, to the point and above all check it and double check it again. Mistakes will be costly.
- Discuss with your client which items of stationery they actually need. Letterheads and business cards are absolutely essential, but they might also find compliments slips, blank postcards and branded envelopes useful. By designing and printing at the same time, you can ensure that the paper stock and colours are identical.
- These days companies need stationery that will work both on paper and electronically. A letterhead is often the calling card of a company and may be the first branded item their potential customers see. The company logo will be an intrinsic element of the design so it makes sense for companies to use the same designer for both jobs.
- Although you may be constrained in terms of the budget your client has allowed for, use the best quality paper it will afford. A heavier weight of paper speaks of quality, while using recycled paper makes a statement about their ethical credentials. However, whatever paper you suggest, check that it’s suitable for use in their office printer.
- Make the design memorable in the right way. Novelty stationery in garish colours and inconvenient sizes quickly becomes irritating to the users and the recipients. However, well-designed stationery can be made to stand out through the judicious use of embossing, foil blocking, clever positioning of graphic elements or die cuts. Use colour as an accent or highlight rather than flooding the stationery with every colour of the rainbow.
- Make the stationery sell the brand. The colours used, the paper it’s printed on and the information carried on the corporate stationery is all part of the company’s branding. The corporate logo absolutely must be the starting point for stationery design, as it’s essential to convey a consistent message across all of your client’s corporate communications. This is why it makes perfect sense to have a logo and stationery designed in tandem – it’s the best way to ensure that they will work together rather than against each other.
Take the same amount of care over your client’s corporate stationery as you would do over their logo. These small pieces of paper represent their business in their clients’ eyes, so be sure to get it right.
Logo Design London Ltd. is a leading London, UK logo design agency specialising in tailor-made creative business branding, graphic design, logo design, high quality stationery design, web design and photography for all types and sizes of businesses – be it big or small. For more information visit their website or get in touch at +44 (0) 7887 853272
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Packaging is a way to enclose or protect things for sale or distribution. These packaging need some attractive design as well to attract the audiance towards it. Today we’ve shared some Splendid Package Design for inspiration. Read More