Lacelamps is a collection formed by two lamps, a table lamp, “Land”, and a suspended body, ‘Sky’. The collection is the creation of Linlin Jacques and Pierre-Yves Jacques designers, and is the first of its kind of the two designers. Inspired by the traditional handmade lace, a part of the Lacelamps body is made like these laborious and fine fabrics, using a 3D printer. The bland, sophisticated model and the white color almost translucent of the “lace” are strongly highlighted by the deep black lacquer that covers the other side of the lamp bell. Using 3D technology provides wide opportunities for visualization and processing, and allows the placement of the most extravagant ideas through Digital sculpting of the smallest details. By using the lace pattern, the lamps throw graphical shadows on the walls, contributing to a soothing atmosphere. Via Linlin & Pierre-Yves Jacques website
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