As part of a new project, Brooklyn’s CW&T art and design studio is challenging itself to create 100 unique pendant lights. The Dropped Pendant Light series will consist of 100 limited-edition 3D-printed lights that are versatile enough to be used as bedside, tabletop, desk or floor lamps.
To help fund its first 3D printing project, CW&T took to Kickstarter, showing off six preliminary design ideas that show a cord, socket and a number of different shade types.
While all 100 of the limited-edition Dropped Pendant Lights have already be claimed by eager backers on Kickstarter, those who wish to do their own additive manufacturing may purchase a DIY Dropped Pendant Light Kit for $45 or the standalone file needed for printing for just a dollar.
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