As Mandi Keighran reports, London Design Festival celebrated its 20th anniversary with immersive installations, shows and spaces that ran the gamut of playful through to thought-provoking. Here’s her top 10 moments.
All about Benjamin Hubert and his design agency, LAYER, this monograph provides candid insights into studio life, Hubert’s own life, and the projects that have put them on the global design map.
A star-studded collaboration between Benjamin Hubert and Christopher Raeburn breathes new life in recycled ex-military “drogue” parachutes – transforming them into furniture pieces like you’ve never seen before.
London Design Festival 2019 was a celebration of creativity in the capital. The best projects put the spotlight on sustainability and activating public spaces – these are our favourites.
Immersion in a surface material is possible! Benjamin Hubert of LAYER shows us how with Dekton and light in a poetic installation for Cosentino in Milan.
London Design Festival 2018 – 15-23 September – is one of the most anticipated events on the global design calendar. Here’s our pick of design inspiration.
As we set the table for a new era of hospitality design, Zenith presents innovative, unique solutions that balance style and performance.
With AXYL, his new range of furniture in collaboration with Allermuir, Benjamin Hubert reinforces the importance of substance, style and sustainability.
In Benjamin Hubert’s world, having talent and vision is one thing, but to have empathy – that’s where the hard work begins. Hubert has devoted his practice and studio, Layer, to intimately understanding what users really need.
Two years in the making, London-based Benjamin Hubert of experience design agency LAYER will launch the AXYL collection for UK furniture brand Allermuir at the 2017 London Design Festival (LDF) next week.
Among Moroso’s novelties at the Salone del Mobile 2017 are two prototypes for a chair with a complex 3D-knitted mesh construction that shows the efficiencies possible with new production techniques.