3D-Printed Luminaries by WertelOberfell & Strand+Hvass
by Ted Savage / March 31, 2014
World's first: 3D-Printed Luminaries by WertelOberfell & Strand+Hvass, in several table and pendant models, combine the intricate detail made accessible by 3D printing, with the stunning range of LED color lighting effects as part of Philips' Hue Personal Wireless Lighting system.


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Chaos pendant by Strand+Hvass

Details: Controlled by a smart device app, Hue makes available a palette of 16 million colors, with programmable timing and effects, from mood lighting to alerts and notifications.

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Chaos pendant by Strand+Hvass

Designers: Strand+Hvass, in Copenhagen, Denmark, is designers Christina Strand and Niels Hvass, creating user-centric objects rooted in Scandinavian culture and the belief that design can improve conditions of human life.

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Chaos table light by Strand+Hvass

WertelOberfell, in Munich, Germany, was founded in 2007 by Gernot Oberfell and Jan Wertel, both students of industrial design at the State Academy of Arts, Stuttgart, a program based on principles of the Ulm and Bauhaus schools of design.

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Dragonfly pendant by WertelOberfell

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Dragonfly table light by WertelOberfell

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