Coral Light

Eric Geboers & Matteo Baldassari

Coral light is created from waste stone powders

___The Coral Light’s skin refers to coral reefs we find in our seas and oceans. A rather precise and new 3D printing technique is used to create the lamp’s body consisting of waste stone powders.

Waste powders like granite and marble from the stone industry are used to 3D print unique objects. The powder is mixed to load the self-made inkjet 3D printer. The printer deposits thin layers of the powder and prints an ink on top of each layer, solidifying the powder to each other. No glue, resin or plastic is used and zero waste is produced.
The production method can be used to create customized design and has the ability to produce architectural objects as well.

The Coral Light comes in a hang and stand model and colors can be adjusted.

Sizes

hanging model : L 190 x W 190 x H 230 mm
standing model : L 190 x W 190 x H 230 mm
large standing model : L 298 x W 298 x H 333 mm