Opaline Spheres Meet Metallic Fixtures

Ben Barber Studio presents its Bora collection and furniture line at ICFF

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Opaline Spheres Meet Metallic Fixtures
10/05/2019 - Vancouver based design firm Ben Barber Studio is expanding into lighting design with the debut of the Bora Collection at ICFF opening May 19th. Founder and Creative Director Ben Barber takes his playful approach to form and explores new processes within his work. The result is a system of lights comprised of hand-blown glass and spun metal fixtures. Bora 1 by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 1 by Ben Barber Studio

The initial launch at ICFF will showcase three hanging fixtures. A six-luminaire chandelier called the Bora.6, with a spiraling silhouette creating a sense motion. The Bora.2 is a pared-down T-shaped version that speaks to a more minimal approach. While the Bora.1 is the single luminaire version, equally functional as a single pendant or organized as a cascading cluster to accent a space.

All the lights are available in a brushed brass, nickel or chrome finish, along with a range of powder coating colors that have been a signature within his furniture line, allowing each piece to be tailored to any interior. The glass globes are available in Opal White, and Opal Grey Green. Bora 6 by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 6 by Ben Barber Studio

Along with the Bora Collection, select pieces from Ben Barber’s furniture line will be on show including the signature Pluto table, Sanora Collection, and the Lyra Mirror.

Ben Barber Studio @ ICFF
May 19th-22nd
Booth 829
Ben Barber. Ph. by Christie Graham

Ben Barber. Ph. by Christie Graham

Bora 1 by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 1 by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 1 and Pluto table by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 1 and Pluto table by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 1 by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 1 by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 2 by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 2 by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 6 by Ben Barber Studio

Bora 6 by Ben Barber Studio

Lyra Mirror by Ben Barber Studio

Lyra Mirror by Ben Barber Studio

Pluto table by Ben Barber Studio

Pluto table by Ben Barber Studio

Sanora table by Ben Barber Studio

Sanora table by Ben Barber Studio

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