Designers were challenged to design a bespoke light fitting for residential and commercial use, which will be 3D printed by Immensa.Entries came from 10 different countries and nine designs were shortlisted for 3D printing.
Judges including Kristina Zanic from Kristina Zanic Consultants; David McNeil, director of DPA Lighting Consultants; Fahmi Al-Shawwa, CEO of Immensa Technology Labs; Imad Itani at Autodesk; Khaled B Alami, managing director of Huda Lighting and Autodesk's Mohammad Saleh, met at the Huda Lighting showroom in Dubai to choose the winning entries.In first place was the organic form of 'Chrysaora' by Chirag Rangholia. Second place went to 'Chaos Lighting Collection' by Desiree Abboud. There was a third-place tie between 'The Future Catcher' by Muhammad Khalid, and 'Bat's Movement Biomimicry' by Alaa Shibly.
The finalists will see their works stay on show to customers at the Huda Lighting showroom.