Lamps printed in 3D inspired by the work of lace
It was during the 3D PrintShow 2014 in Paris that we had the chance to admire once again the incredible work of Linlin & Pierre-Yves Jacques. This couple of French artists designed the magnificent collection of 3D printed luminaires "Lacelamps". Composed of a "Land" table lamp and a "Sky" suspension, this collection of 3D printed lamps is inspired by the work around lace. Thanks to 3D printing, the designers have been able to update and enhance this traditional craft. These lamps printed in 3D subtly transcribe all the details and lightness of the lace pieces. A work that takes on its full scope when contrasted with the lacquered black of the lamp bell. The interplay of curves and the complex geometry of this "3D printed lace" make it possible to create a particularly elegant and poetic atmosphere, thanks in particular to very graphic shadows. As for the creative process, Pierre-Yves & Linlin always works first on their ideas on paper, drawing them very conscientiously before digitizing them and then printing them in 3D. You can admire their other projects through our previous article or by simply visiting their website.
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