Ben Barber Studio

Object designer Ben Barber departs from the rhetoric of West Coast Modernism challenging conventional and established design archetypes you have come to expect. The dynamic way in which Ben approaches work in steel, glass, fabric, and wood are pushed through a filter of color, in which complex structures are made to feel simple.
Ben Barber embraces bold statements, tastefully harmonizing seemingly incompatible elements. We particularly like the way he combines simple geometries and bold colors to create unexpected pieces.

Pluto Table

Suitable for both indoor/outdoor use the Pluto table has a spun aluminum base, glass top, secured by an oversized bolt.

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Ellipse Table

Two large hemisphere's meet to create a vast surface supporting a circular top in either glass or sheet metal. Suitable for both indoor/outdoor use.

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Copper Bullet Bowl

Spun from solid sheets of copper or bronze the bowls exterior is finished with a durable powder coat.

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Object designer Ben Barber departs from the rhetoric of West Coast Modernism challenging conventional and established design archetypes you have come to expect. The dynamic way in which Ben approaches work in steel, glass, fabric, and wood are pushed through a filter of color, in which complex structures are made to feel simple.