Wind Light is a one-of-a-kind, unique designer lamp. Its form is inspired by the forces of nature: wind, gravity, and the interaction between molecules of matter. It is the physical embodiment of an intangible, digital sensation. The poetic designer lamp is produced in a limited edition, yet each example is unique. In designing it, I was looking for an answer to the question: how might we leverage the characteristics of 3D printing to our advantage in a collectible design object?
David Salamon is an interdisciplinary designer working at the intersection of art, design, and technology. He is interested in pairing technology and poetry in his creations. The recurring goal of his works is to capture the imagination of the beholder – both emotionally and intellectually. In his design practice, David creates collectible design objects, interactive museum exhibits, and kinetic installations. As a versatile designer with a background in both art and engineering, he defines design as poetry meeting technology. David earned a BSc in IT at the Budapest University of Technology in 2014 and an MA in Design from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in 2023.