The project is born from the will to take a musical instrument, with a millennial history which has its roots in the time of the Arabs, and the emptying of its use to give it another meaning. We started from the sinuous and feminine form of an acustic guitar, emptying it of the harmonic case but remarking the profile which becomes the basic structure of the lamp. The guitar loses its function as a sound emitter to obtain another, all new, as a sound emitter, in fact the sound hole (hole or rose), a fondamental element of the sound box, changes its function and is replaced by a light bulb. The wire and the buld holder are designed as a substitute for the guitar strings; the object is designed to be used as a ceiling lamp and as a wall applique. The profile/structure, made of plastics more or less resistant, is achieved through the use of 3D printers.
Ivan Valerio Bardi
He was born in Albano Laziale, on January 26, 1984. In 2003 he gratuated as a Surveyor at I.I.S.S. â€œLeon Battista Albertiâ€. After two years of internship at the Engineering firm Atepi srl, passionate about architectural design and design, he decides to enroll in the bachelor's Degree in Interior Architecture and Outifitting at the Ludovico Quaroni Faculty of the Univeristy of Rome â€œSapienzaâ€. During the university period he obtains the qualification to the profession of Surveyor, starting the exercise of the free profession and specializing on the activity of planning and administrative support to the commercial, tourist and industrial activities. In 2012 he earns the bachelor's Degree and in 2013 he continues his academic career by enrolling in the first level Master's Degree in Eco-sustainable Design at the Faculty of Architecture of the â€œRoma Treâ€ University. Always passionate about new technologies, it has specialized over the years in modeling, prototyping and 3D printing. In May 2015 he founded, together with other partners, the A3D LAB studio and laboratory.
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A3D LAB - Laboratorio di Stampa 3D