Liz Eve

Benjamin Hubert's Modular Amass System Creates Nature-Inspired Curtains and Walls

by , 11/18/13

Benjamin Hubert, Amass System, London Design Festival, Exhibition Design, 100% Design Show, Modular Construction, Sustainable Design, Recyclable Design, Reusable Design

Inspired by the controlled randomness found in nature, Benjamin Hubert‘s three simple, reusable modules are evocative of tree branches or the structure of cells. When clipped together they can form curtains, dividers and walls of varying thickness as well as adaptable 3D structures.

The modules are fashioned from injection moulded polypropylene, and they come in a variety of colors. At London’s 100% design trade show during the London Design Festival they took center stage – Hubert’s team used the Amass system to effectively define presentation spaces, without excluding passers-by from seeing and hearing what was going on inside.

With its subtle and futuristic good looks, we expect the scalable Amass system to even pop up in interior spaces such as offices and even homes.

+ Benjamin Hubert

Via Mocoloco

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