Ben Swildens, born in 1938, is a Dutch designer began his career working for his professors, great creative artisans of the time, as well as for private companies. From 1962 to 1969, he collaborated with French master glassmaker and decorator Max Ingrand on numerous projects such as the headquarters of EDF and Peugeot, Lima airport, the Parliament building in Beirut, and the Musée de Genève. Mas Ingrand would inspire Ben to go into industrial design. In 1985, he founded Ben Swildens Design Architecture, concentrating on individual residences. While still an architect and designer, he has dedicated himself mainly to sculpture since 2010. Here, we showcase some of Ben's minimalist designs produced over his extensive career.