Cassie Hibbert Design - Booth #3

Design Showcase 2012

Design: Reverse Taco Pendant Lamp
Materials: Styrene plastic, stainless steel, galvanized steel

Pitch: "Cassie Hibbert Design pendant lamps from Seattle are custom, standout conversation pieces and a unique way to brighten your space during a long, dark, rainy winter, which we've got a lot of in the Northwest! The Reverse Taco lamp is my favorite in the product line; its bold, complex honeycomb shapes cast intricate lighting effects and never fail to capture attention. It's constructed of CNC-cut styrene plastic, assembled by hand, and is 15 inches in diameter and 21 inches tall. It's equally at home making a statement over a dining table or enlivening the corner of a small studio apartment."

"I started making lamps during my masters of architecture thesis project, when I was working on the design of my thesis building's complicated façade and thought it would be fun to turn those study models into something functional. People liked the lamps and so my business was born! I started Cassie Hibbert Design in early 2011 and all the lamps are handmade in my small, shared workshop in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. My company goal is to create memorable and beautiful spaces with handmade pendant lamps and custom architectural installations."

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DESIGNER INFO

Designer: Cassie Hibbert
Link: cassiehibbertdesign.com
Location: Seattle, WA


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About Design Showcase 2012: Every September we celebrate the best new creations for the home. We're hosting a select number of independent designers, makers and creatives from around the world, giving them some precious real estate and watching them pitch their wares. Our panel of judges and editors along with our general body of readers will select a few exemplary exhibitors for special mention.

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