The Distributed Design Challenge during the London Design Festival 2018 awarded four Lamp Designs, which were created during a five-day-workshop at Tala Studios.
Eight designers from around the world participated to create lighting which can be manufactured anywhere in the world.
With a time limit of five days and by using only 3D printers, CNC machines and laser cutter the creative talents responded with amazing designs to this challenging brief.
During the workshop Artists like Coco Sato, known for translating traditional japanese aesthetics into modern art forms, and Award winning Designer Tom Raffield were giving intimate talks and supported with their knowledge.
Four of the winning designs were awarded and prototyped and the Exhibition of the four Distributed Lamp Designs will be on display at Tala Studios until the end of next week – so pop in!
Work in Progress
At Tala Studio
Talk with Coco Sato
The artist, author and performer giving a workshop during the Distributed Design Challenge