Peg lamp and chair created using traditional crafts and 3D printing

Toronto based designer/builder Tomas Rojcik created the Peg Lamp and Chair (photo above) using traditional craft techniques and advanced 3D printing technology. With a mass production background and an education in craft, Rojcik manufactured his design with resin, parchment and maple. The Peg Lamp and Chair is specially designed for small spaces that legs of chair and lamp overlaps and the light source is directly hung over chair. The simplistic design with white corners and red cord of the lamp are a perfect match for a simple and clean style of modern small apartment.

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