tech company gantri is a new kind of design brand helping independent designers create high-quality products, and manufacture them using cutting-edge 3D printing processes. they reduce the complexity and cost for designers to develop products, such as lamps, making quality design more accessible and attainable for consumers. 

the TL2 model is a minimal task light evoking the silhouette of an industrial task lamp, making it perfectly suited for the home office of a creative professional


in their latest project, gantri has launched ‘table lights’ — a collection consisting of unique lights by designers from the US, south america and europe. every gantri-designed light is made in san francisco using 3D printing. the collection features 13 uniquely designed lamps printed using 3D translucent PLA. 

originally made out of woven fabric, the konus has been upgraded to translucent PLA that suffuses a room with warm bright light

every gantri-designed light is made in san francisco using 3D printing

the collection features 13 unique lamps

the 3D printers

initial sketches

denmark is a synthesis of scandinavia and central european design styles — its unique ripple pattern represents rhythmic waves on the nordic coast, adding a subtle pop to its minimalist design

the model TL1, TL2 and TL3



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