Collection by Diana Budds

A 3-D Printed, Interactively Designed Lamp

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LimeMakers, a Berlin-based 3-D printing start-up, wants to turn your photographs into a faceted lamp.

The Dazzle Lamp is a project between Belgian designer Corneel Cannaerts and Berlin startup LimeMakers.
When switched off, the lights appear to be gray as the colored pattern is applied to the shade's interior.
The lamp features a concrete base and 3-D printed nylon shade.
Roynon coated the wooden legs of the Vig bar stools by BoConcept with Atmospheric, a grayish-blue paint from Benjamin...
The photo yields this pattern.
Paper installation...
It yields this pattern. Each lamp is completely custom and printed on demand. The cost is about $385.
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