Paris-based artists Linlin & Pierre-Yves Jacques have created their first ever lighting collection called Lacelamps. The collection consists of two marvelous versions: a suspended lamp called the Sky Lamp and a table lamp called the Land Lamp. The design has been inspired by a traditional lace and produced using a 3D-printing technology.
“We take care to digitally sculpt every little detail of our patterns. This process allows us great opportunities for viewing and processing. This allows us to give life to our most extravagant ideas. The 3D printing allows us to build real sculptures, to have a basis for further handicraft enhancement of carved detail and finishes of our works.” explains Linlin & Pierre-Yves Jacques
The lamps consists of an intricate translucent lace pattern that compliments a deep black lacquered bell-like form. The lamps look simply stunning while turned off, but when switched on, the interiors of the space is transformed into a magical “PatternScape” creating a whole new dimension.