everything elevated 3D prints candleholders with digital grains for OTHR
 

everything elevated 3D prints candleholders with digital grains for OTHR

 

 

everything elevated, the oslo and NYC studio, reveals the ‘ee candleholder’ — a graphic collection of friendly shapes that aptly make use of 3D printing technology across materials. crafted in 3D printed bronze, gloss black porcelain, and matte black porcelain, the candleholders are available in varying sizes that hold one; two; or three candles; or a single tea light.

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the design is crafted following the way that growth is expressed in nature. the result is an object whose digitally printed layers tell the story of how it came to be — like rings in a tree, or layers of rock, the process of its creation is inherent to the object. given the pair’s everything elevated’s work ethic, it is no wonder that everything elevated is so soon reprising their work for OTHR.

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‘we’re usually content for a couple of hours when we achieve a goal, then it’s onto the next thing,’ commented the studio. ‘we don’t want to have any regrets.’

 

since its arrival in 2014, the studio has won accolades and praise, including the international iF award and nominations for the bo bedre newcomer of the year 2015 and best lighting 2014.

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the company has experienced continual growth ever since; adding to its line of objects at a radical, bi­weekly pace, and onboarding world­class designers to its roster. their collection of objects ranges from a bronze bottle­opener to a porcelain planter, with items crafted in unexpected materials that push the boundaries of form and design. its team of international designers, both well­established and emerging, include fort standard ​(brooklyn), brad ascalon ​(new york), sebastian bergne ​(london), claesson koivisto, rune ​(stockholm), jonah takagi ​(washington, d.c.), philippe malouin​ (london), todd bracher ​(new york), everything elevated​ (oslo), michael sodeau​ (london), paul loebach ​(new york), and OTHR founders doucet and clabots.

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in the forthcoming months, OTHR will introduce products created in collaboration with some some of the world’s leading architects, graphic designers, and fashion designers, further extending the possibilities of 3D printing.

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