Stalaclights and Huddle Bulbs by Studio David Graas: Beautiful 3D Printed Skyscraper Lights
Let us introduce you the probably most beautiful light bulbs we’ve ever seen: ‘Stalaclights’ and ‘Huddle’. Designed by Studio David Graas from Haarlem, The Netherlands, these 3D printed lights are upside down skyscrapers taken from main US city skylines. Made to look like glowing stalactites that grow inside limestone caves, they aren’t very bright, but they can perfectly serve as creative night lights or mood lights for the kids.
Stalaclights are 3D printed bulbshades showing skyscrapers that seem to grow directly from the bulb. LED light sources hardly emits heat, therefore is now possible to connect a light shade directly to the bulb itself.
Inspired by High Rise City Buildings
Nowadays every major city is dominated by high rise buildings. Their height steadily increasing in time, fuelled by the desire of their builders to realize the highest building of the world.
Huddle – A Bulb Shaped Modern Cityscape
Huddle, the other creation, is a 3D printed bulbshade showing the modern cityscape: high rise buildings huddling close together. Directly mounted on the LED bulb that is included, the need for a fixture is ruled out.
Just like the penguins in the Antarctic region huddle to survive the extreme cold during the winter time, people also have taken on huddling as a strategy for survival.
More of the work from Studio David Graas is available at the Studio’s website.