robert debbane’s 3D printed lamps light adult new york pattern week
May 23, 2015 - table lamp
robert debbane’s perplexing 3D-printed lamps light adult new york pattern week
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as an scrutiny into a attribute between normal art-making and digital processes, brooklyn-based engineer robert debbane has satisfied a array of lighting built regulating 3D printers. presented during wanted pattern fair during new york pattern week 2015, a collection of lamps — in pendant, list and candelabrum variations — are shabby by motifs found via inlet and architecture.
‘galactica list lamp’
examples of a musical sources embody islamic tile patterns, found via debbane’s ancestral home of lebanon. this embellishment forms a sense for a ‘sidon list lamp’, a 12-inch hole globe-shaped lighting with a hand-finished walnut base. alluding to healthy ompositions found in a environment, debbane designs a ‘galactica list lamp’ formed on images of outer-space and a cosmos, with intricate, roughly lace-like graphics voiced on a outdoor surface.
when illuminated, any of a geometric patterns etched into a globes are suggested by thespian shadows expel on a surrounding walls; when unlit, a white extraneous element and a prudent carvings are suggestive of ancient service sculptures.
detail of a perplexing motifs forged into a ‘galactica list lamp’
the dark list flare is built regulating a 3D printer
the new ‘sidon list lamp’, bright and unlit
the ‘sidon list lamp’ casts thespian shadows on a surrounding walls
the ‘galactica pendant’, bright and unlit
the ‘galactica pendant’ is shabby by images of outer-space and a cosmos
‘galactica’ time relapse public
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the ‘fez pendant’ sources islamic patterns in a design
the bright ‘fez pendant’
detail of a perplexing geometric motifs illustrated within a ‘fez pendant’