September 28, 2016

3-D Printed Ceramic Light Fixtures by Two Parts

Christo Logan is one part architect, another part lighting manufacturer, and Two Parts is the name he gave to his new company. Its inaugural selection comprises 12 pendant fixtures ranging from the X-shape Crosshairs to the cagelike Heatsink. Uniting cutting-edge technology with a traditional material, each fixture is 3-D printed in ceramic, then glazed by hand. Many are relatively tiny—for example, Atom has a diameter just over 5 inches. Each fixture’s body and woven polyester cord are available in white, black, or five bright colors. All come installation-ready with a steel canopy, finished in white, black, or brushed or polished nickel, and dimmable drivers for the low-voltage LEDs. 

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