These flower lamps are the design work of Paula Szarejko and incorporate a 3D-printed design that enables the design to look ornately beautiful without actually having any sort of natural materials in the mix.
The translucent white flowers on the lamp are designed to be perched delicately on a black column as a way to shed light in different directions and also create a more natural aesthetic.
The lamps are created using PLA filaments and shaped into their final form after the process has been completed in order to ensure each flower looks as good as possible. The flower lamps incorporate an LED illumination system that spreads light in various directions thanks to the differently designed shades for a truly unique look.
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