Industrial Facility was founded in 2002 by Kim Colin and Sam Hecht, since then the duo has created countless products across all spheres of design. Their clients are a broad church ranging from Established & Sons and Mattiazzi to Muji and electronics brands such as LaCie. They have even designed a piano for Yamaha.
Hecht trained as an industrial designer in London, Colin as an Architect in Los Angeles; it is perhaps the blend of their unique experience that makes them so adept at problem-solving.
Crucially, any Industrial Facility product has certain qualities that make it identifiable as their work. There is their finely distilled aesthetic of course, but more importantly, it’s the ethos underpinning their practice. What they call ‘a duty to ensure the project has not just commercial credibility but also usefulness, appropriateness and longevity.’
See our interview with Sam Hecht from 2016 here.
A unique and practical design, the Fronda Stool by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin features a built-in shelf beneath its seat
The W182 Pastille Table Lamp by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin is a minimalist table lamp that offers a soft, ambient illumination.
The W182 Pastille Floor Lamp is a gentle and complimentary design to any setting. Designed by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin for Wästberg.
With Wästberg's Dalston Pendant Light Sam Hecht and Kim Colin took the archetypal form of industrial lighting found across factories and workshops in the UK and created a sleek, highly configurable series of fittings that utilises the best LED technology.
Wästberg's Busby Table Lamp with Rectangular Angled Head uses the latest technological and ecological advances to create a light that not just produces light but power too.
Wästberg's Busby Table Lamp with Round Head uses the latest technological and ecological advances to create a light that not just produces light but power too.