Lukas Peet, a Vancouver-based designer, created a 3D-printed incense holder that features a geometric design. The designer created the Scent Tray by using a direct metal laser 3D Printer to form intricate shapes from steel powder.
Peet aimed to create a product that was made solely from this particular technology, focusing of the product itself while still showcasing the advancements of the craft. By creating a simple yet refined product, the designer made something that will subtly attract attention to the upward elegance of the smoke and the abrupt downfall of the ash into a hidden space.
Lukas Peet wanted the new 3D-printed incense holder to feature a concave disk shaped tray that will look different from every angle.
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