Recently, I’ve been invited to give a dual interview for The Light Design, an online magazine dedicated to light and to the role it plays in cultural and creative industries, as well as in everyday life. I am delighted to share it with you for a deeper understanding of the future of additive manufacturing for lighting professionals!
Creative Light in Everyday Life
The Light Design caters to technicians, architects, artists, and to all those involved in creative fields. The magazine’s articles analyse light from different points of view, and tackle topics that range from concert and theatre lighting to the role of light in art and architecture, without neglecting interior, residential, commercial and architectural lighting.
The Light Design nicely captured the interviews on their inspiring blog. Here you can read the full interviews:
#1 – 3D Printing a lighting object – how does the future look like?
#2 – 3D printing of Lighting Components
Enjoy the perspectives, and please don’t be afraid to talk back, either via The Light Design Forum or just leave your comments in the footer section of this blog.
3DPrinting.Lighting – Technology and Inspiration Blog for Lighting Professionals
Finally, I could recommend you following the blog 3Dprinting.Lighting to stay informed about the latest developments, inspiration and practical user cases.
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