3D printing technology is continuing to gain popularity as it shows strong merit for being a decentralized way to create various products, which is seeing new designs like these 3D-printed lamps come about.
The lamp collection consists of the 'Anemone' and the 'Bloom,' which are both inherently industrial in their design yet take naturalistic aesthetics into account. Designed by Justyna Fałdzińska and Miłosz Dąbrowski of the UAU project, the lamps can be used with the IKEA STRALA light assembly, which further increases their ability to be adopted for use by anyone.
The 3D-printed lamps identify how the manufacturing process is set to transform the decor market to give designers more control over their products from design to creation for a more holistic design experience.
These 3D-Printed Lamps Have a High-End Look and Feel
Michael Hemsworth — August 13, 2018 — Art & Design
References: uaushop.eu & yankodesign