Héctor Serrano | DÉGRADÉ LAMPS
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Dégradé Lamps

Dégradé is a collection of lamps and tables that explores 3D printing technology in order to achieve a unique gradient effect, evoking the color palette that we can find in a clear sunset sky.


The pieces are printed in one piece with an industrial robotic arm adding colorant as it is printed, a result only possible using additive manufacturing. The extrusion of PETG generates a linear texture that gives the pieces a characteristic finish. In addition, PETG plastic is 75% recycled and 100% recyclable to achieve a sustainable product.


Regarding the lamps, a soft gradient is emphasized by light, adding color to the space and projecting direct white light at the same time.


As for the tables, a glass top allows you to see the piece from the inside, emphasizing its main characteristic: The gradient.