Design studio Ammunition and digital manufacturing platform Gantri have teamed up in order to create an expansive collection of 3D-printed lights, unveiling three minimalistic ranges that feature sustainable elements. Dubbed “Signal,” “Gio” and “Carve,” each of the three collections are crafted of corn-based materials and encompass three different shape options: a table, a floor and a wall-mounted silhouette.
The Signal line was designed with a sculptural approach in mind, and is marked by its horizontal slats across the front of the style. As for the Carve range, each light is meant to feel as if it was “carved from stone,” paring back on the typical industrial aesthetic of many modern objects. Meanwhile, the Gio collection reaches back a few decades for its references, taking inspiration from Italian lighting that was popular during the 1970s.
“We’re always exploring new processes and materials that will drive the future of product design, so it was exciting for us to work with Gantri to create products that challenge preconceptions of 3D printed objects,” said Ammunition founder and partner Robert Brunner. “The Gantri platform allowed us to quickly iterate and refine the details of each light in a process much closer to craftsmanship — something we wouldn’t have been able to accomplish with traditional manufacturing.”
Each style in the Ammunition x Gantri collection is equipped with dimmable LEDs, custom cords and switches by Ammunition, and featured in five colorways. Lights start at $148 USD and are available to shop now exclusively at Gantri’s webstore.