3D printed ‘Lacelamps’ fill entire rooms with delicate patterns
Many years ago, when my Grandma was young, lace was a decorative element in every home. Used to cover dining tables and the sofa armrests or draped in odd corners over all sorts of objects… these little works of knitted art were awaiting discovery.
The warm nostalgia of these beautiful patterns are brought to live once again by the artists Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques in their first lighting collection, named Lacelamps. They have created the fabric in 3D to form part of a shade, which allows the light from the lamp to adorn walls and ceilings with intricate patterns.
There are two version: the Sky and Land. In other words, a suspended lamp or a table lamp, allowing you to enjoy these gentle patterns however you want!