THE PROJECT

Dutch3Design organized a contest in 2013, where the challenge was to design a lamp, which can be 3D printed by consumers themselves, at home.

The lamp must fit in almost all small 3D printers and it should have a maximum dimension of 200 x 200 x 200 mm.

Dutch3Design organized a contest in 2013, where the challenge was to design a lamp, which can be 3D printed by consumers themselves, at home.

The lamp must fit in almost all small 3D printers and it should have a maximum dimension of 200 x 200 x 200 mm.
IDEA



The idea is based on five key words:
Life - Elegance - Construction - Style - Simplicity


The idea is based on five key words:
Life - Elegance - Construction - Style - Simplicity
THE END RESULT




The idea behind this lamp is to go to the edge of the possibilities of 3D printing. The shapes and the accuracy of the FDM 3D printers are taken to the max. The LILY has a simple shape, which presents elegance and simplicity. But with the openings in its form it creates an interesting end result.

The LILY didn’t compete in the Dutch3Design competition because it was a personal drive to create a lamp to find the limits of 3D printing.


The idea behind this lamp is to go to the edge of the possibilities of 3D printing. The shapes and the accuracy of the FDM 3D printers are taken to the max. The LILY has a simple shape, which presents elegance and simplicity. But with the openings in its form it creates an interesting end result.

The LILY didn’t compete in the Dutch3Design competition because it was a personal drive to create a lamp to find the limits of 3D printing.