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Inception lamp

by Thomas Cornelis

  • Inception lamp
  • Inception lamp
  • Inception lamp


The inception lamp is a maze that fuses and dissipates the light slipping through its paths and the material. It’s an atypical 3D printed design object because it is so angular. The inception lamp is 3D printed in polyamide using laser sintering technology.

Thomas Cornelis

Thomas Cornelis

Thomas Cornelis graduated in 2010 as an engineer-architect at the Catholic University of Leuven. Since then he has been working as an intern at Crepain Binst Architecture, an architecture firm located in Antwerp, Belgium. Thomas was also the winner of the Google Sketchup & i.materialise 3D printed lamp Design Challenge with his entry 'Inception Lamp'.

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