After his study mechanical engineering, Alex Groot Jebbink graduated in 2003 as interior designer and furniture designer. After this he graduated in 2012 as Master of Interior Architec¬ture at the Utrecht University of Applied Sciences. His designs are recognizable by the use of fair materials with their own character and clear, quiet shapes. Simplicity mixed with attention to detail equals perfection.


Lamps that uses the strength of repetition. A way has been sought to connect the same shapes to something new. A design in which the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. A design that emits an apparent simplicity, but also immediately raises the question: “How does this work?” The starting point for these lamps are material and technique. The use of MDF is deliberately chosen. Not only the durability, but especially the dimensional stability of this material makes it very suitable for working with laser technology.


Ovals is an unique designed lamp created of 40 ovals. This lamp is available as pendant and as wall lamp.

Alex lamp Ovals h800


Angles exists of 64 rectangles - from large to small. This voluminous lamp can be hung in two ways.

Alex lamp Angles h800


Beams is a study of the transition from the square to the pane, inspired by the ‘reading between the lines church’ by architect duo Gijs van Vaerenbergh. The lamp consist 35 horizontal strips.

Alex lamp Beams h800