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DiveDesign and Thomas Jefferson University create Amazing Play of Light and Form

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Image courtesy of DiveDesign.

DiveDesign, a product development firm based in New Jersey and dedicated to empowering people and ideas through research, strategy, and emerging tec and Thomas Jefferson University based in Philadelphia, US, recently explored the beauty of light and 3D printing through a lighting product design competition. And the results were stunning.

Industrial Design meets Lighting Beauty

The industrial design students at the university, under guidance of their professor Lyn Godley created 12 unique designs of appealing pendant lamps. The exploration included the idea of optic diffusion as a natural result of the printing process; embracing the material/technique for what it is. 

ICARUS by DiveDesign

All 12 of the designs were finally printed on DiveDesigns’ Filament Innovation ‘ICARUS’ with clear PET-G material. DiveDesign strategically develops meaningful products and brands that transform industries while keeping their customers at the forefront of the process. The highlights of the competition are currently showcased at the DiveDesign Studio.

The designs were printed on DiveDesigns’ Filament Innovation ‘ICARUS’ with clear PET-G material. Image courtesy of DiveDesign

All participants, these were sophomores, were blown away by the outcome, so are we!

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Illumarco (Marco de Visser) is a Dutch self-proclaimed 3D Printing and Lighting enthusiast. Marco is an active contributor to the 3DPrinting.Lighting, Inspiration.Lighting and 3DPrinting.GLass blogs and actively involved with the global lighting, optics and maker movements.