New York based Designer Christo Logan Designs Complex 3D Printed Ceramic Pendants
The New York based designer Christo Logan, founder of studio two.parts, creates pendant lights built with 3D printed ceramics. The specific choice for ceramic material is because of its strength, the plasticity, its durability, amazing finish and excellent heat resistance.
Absence of the Light Bulb
The fixtures appear as if enclosing an absent light bulb. When turning on the light, the central void illuminates the interior, inverting the perception of each shape and causing the reflective ceramic surface to act as a light source.
Complex Hollow Structures with Internal Details
Each individual piece is printed as a complex hollow structure with internal details that conceal the LED light sources, the wiring, and custom connection hardware. The fixtures are built to order in New York with parts from Europe, Asia and Queens.
The lamps are design by Christo Logan, pictures in this post are property of two.parts and were taken by Juan Ude photography.