The Rumbles Are 3D-Printed Pendant Lights by Studio MeraldiRubini

Posted On Mon, January 5, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, January 5, 2015 By In Design, Products

We’re no strangers to the 3D printing movement (we even know someone who’s printing an entire estate), but we still get excited when we find a product that not only incorporates the technology, but is also a beautiful, striking design. The Rumbles made just that impression on us.

Using 3D printers, industrial design firm Studio MeraldiRubini created this collection of three pendant lights characterized by soft and sinuous shapes that artistically filter light.

3D-Printed Pendant Lights, The Rumbles, Studio MeraldiRubini

The three Rumbles are Inalye, Iraya, and Issay. At first glance, the three designs appear similar, but on closer inspection their delicate curves are slightly different. The cut-outs on the shades allow the light to shine through without being overwhelming. They also create artistic shadows and a unique atmosphere.

3D-Printed Pendant Lights, The Rumbles, Studio MeraldiRubini

Studio MeraldiRubini prefers to work with simple shapes and clean lines, paying close attention to the study of materials and finishes. The firm spent time studying the world of 3D printing and came up with a start-up called FARE3D, which creates photorealistic renderings of 3D projects. To see more from Studio MeraldiRubini, visit their website here.

[Via Contemporist]

Photos via Studio MeraldiRubini

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