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Maison & Objet 2015: 3D Printed Lamps by Alessandro Zambelli

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Italian manufacturer .Exnovo, which has been experimenting with 3D printing technology since 1988, introduced new lighting designs at Maison et Objet this year—and included was Maggiolina, a new lamp series by Alessandro Zambelli. Said to be inspired by Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis, in which a man awakens to find himself transformed into — Continue reading …




 

 

YHdieQl8oUHHJchQknWz4zF37LylcTURWsTsx_z4450Italian manufacturer .Exnovo, which has been experimenting with 3D printing technology since 1988, introduced new lighting designs at Maison et Objet this year—and included was Maggiolina, a new lamp series by Alessandro Zambelli. Said to be inspired by Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis, in which a man awakens to find himself transformed into an insect, Maggiolina’s compact mushroom-like form, when viewed from above, is meant to resemble the shape of a beetle. Comprised of perforated (3-D printed) polyamide shade and hand crafted ceramic base, Maggiolina, a lamp which literally merges traditional craft and cutting edge technology, is being made available in 4 contemporary colors—white, yellow, red, and blue. LL2-ckXmAqrBPTFiyptgqBGOGorxhZ-M1EksRHwptR8Z2W33J0k-AU4Z86mq-yffweiDs-vIYJ2NTNbAO12oWAUOkD3Xt6GC2WBLP_6bVxVRnMo_NMFrNoBKUwx2lhvvE

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