cozì studio debuts with textural 3D printed focus lamps
all images © assaf ambram




selective laser sintering is an additive 3D printing process that uses a high-power laser to sinter powdered material — typically plastic or metal — into a three-dimensional form. guided by a computer model, the technique allows for flexible, durable prototypes and products

‘focus’ in black 




armed with meticulously planned CAD models, tel aviv-based cozì studio, set out to create the ‘focus’ series. the lamp’s complex, precisely designed textural surfaces gradually expand out and around the light source, emphasizing the light’s origin. as luminescence radiates outwards, the polyamide nylon material partially dampens it, filling the room with a soft, warm tone. printed and hand-assembled in cozì’s studio, ‘focus’ is their debut collection. the series was shown at superstudio più ‘selected objects’, during milan design week 2015

front view

cozì studio focus lamps designboom
detail of bulb

‘focus’ in white 


video courtesy of cozì studio


cozì studio debuts with textural 3D printed focus lamps
detail of structure

cozì studio focus lamps designboom
the material expands to accentuate origin of light




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