The algorithm originally written to produce one lamp, had evolved to take the restraints of different 3D printing technologies (FDM, SLS, etc.) to produce infinite variations of lighting fixtures that vary in size, weight, color and complexity.
This bespoke computational tool generates performative features; such as the form of the lamp, the layers and density of the ribs that compose the 3D printed shells, as well as their density, which varies the amount of light emitted.
TUTUNCKA is 3D Printed Lamp generated using algorithmic processes. MEAN*'s first experiment in product design, was first triggered with an intent to produce a very special wedding gift to Hind and Faisal: their last names combined makes the name of this line of products.
The resulting 3D geometry can indicate the amount of materials used for 3D printing, the wight and time taken for the lamp to be 3D printed. These calculations are derived from constant feedback taken from prototyping the lamps. All the geometries generated are meant to be 3D printed in one piece.
TUTUNCKA is an experiment in product design that resulted in a family of options that share a similar DNA, but differentiate in form and performance.