We are often asked to explain what we do exactly that makes us different from others.
Months ago we visited for the first time an amazing townhouse in the neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen in Manhattan, and we couldn’t imagine that the central column of the living room was going to be surrounded by one of the largest 3D-printed light fixture ever made, a perfect combination of groundbreaking technology and bespoke details, an artistically advanced design.
The light is designed to have an aluminum structure covered by wooden panels to match the pattern of the living room walls. The 3D light’s column includes 60 RGB full color bulbs covered by 60 shades. The shades are all printed in 3D sintered nylon in five different dimensions, giving each side of the lamp a unique design.
Designer Alessandro Zambelli‘s initial idea was to “capture the essence of a building inside a building, to see inside what is usually only seen outside.” He visualized the column to represent the building while the LED lights mimicked illuminated windows.
Today interior design projects can be more one-of-a-kind than ever before.
This 3D light by Exnovo is a perfect example of a new concept for purchasing design objects for your home. Clients, architects and manufacturers can explore the unknown and take a creative journey together, rather than ordering from standard catalogues.
These designs are definitively more fun and valuable to the clients for their unique experience. The story behind a particular object will be part of that object forever.