Christo Logan debuts two.parts 3D Printed Ceramic Light Fixtures

01Image courtesy of Christo Logan

Christo Logan debuts two.parts 3D Printed Ceramic Light Fixtures

two.parts’ is the inaugural lighting collection of New York-based designer Christo Logan, a series of 3D printed ceramic pendant lights. The fixtures appear to enclose a mysteriously absent bulb.  When lit, the central void illuminates the interior, inverting the perception of each shape and causing the ceramic surfaces themselves to act as the light source.

 

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Each piece is printed, glazed, and fired multiple times.  Lacking any traces of printing, this method of fabrication enables the pieces to have complex and hollow shapes.  Features built into the monolithic ceramic parts make it possible to conceal the light sources, wiring and connection hardware, itself 3D printed in acrylic.

 

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Ceramic turns out to be an ideal material due to its strength, plasticity, sustainability, beautiful finish and ability to withstand heat. The indoor fixtures have an illumination power ranging between Edison and 40-watt incandescent bulbs.  Emitting a warm white light (2700K), they are available in glaze and cord colors of white, black, red, orange, yellow, green and blue.

 

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