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STRAND Pendant Lights

design Benjamin Hubert, 2019

Being the first-ever design by renown British designer Benjamin Hubert for Muuto, the Strand Pendant Lamp is designed with soft, playful forms for a modern expression. Made from a sprayed cocoon material with a cloud-like appearance, tightly clinging to a spinning steel frame, the design’s silhouette presents a complex, intriguing structure and a new perspective on the traditional pendant lamp. With its see-through expression, the cocoon material allows for the Strand Pendant Lamp to filter light through for a warm, comfortable glow.

Designed in various sizes and shapes—three open and two closed—the Strand Pendant Lamp provides both diffused lighting through its cocoon materials and direct lighting through its top and bottom opening, hovering lightly in space, bringing comfort, harmony and a refined sensitivity into any room. The design can be used separately or in scattered clusters and clean formations whether it be a dining area, entrance hall, lobby space or living room. 

Materials cocoon resin, steel structure, 400cm PVC cord and PE covered steel wire – ceiling cap included

Open pendants Ø28, Ø40 and Ø60 cm 

Light source 1x E27 LED max 40W

Strand Open pendant – Ø28 x H37,4 cm

Strand Open pendant – Ø40 x H50,2 cm

Strand Open pendant – Ø60 x H40,3 cm

Closed pendants Ø45, Ø60 and Ø80 cm

Light source 1x E27 LED max 60W

Strand Close pendant – Ø45 x H36,4 cm

Strand Close pendant – Ø60 x H54,8 cm

Strand Close pendant – Ø80 x H60,8 cm

Benjamin Hubert

Benjamin Hubert is an award-winning British design entrepreneur, and founder of creative agency, LAYER. LAYER is focused on experience-driven design for both the physical and digital worlds.

Led by Benjamin and a growing creative team, LAYER is partnering with forward-thinking brands – including Nike, Google, Bang and Olufsen, Samsung and Braun—to create products that will help define the way we live, work and communicate in the future, from A.I to smart wearables and furniture systems, to the next generation of media devices and mobile communication tools.