Sponsored: Three winning designs will now be 3D printed by Immensa
Huda Lighting joined forces with Immensa Labs to challenge lighting designers to embrace 3D printing.

After the 3D Printed Luminaire Design Competition launched earlier in 2020, exciting and innovative entries came in from 10 different countries.

The challenge aimed to engage with designers while simultaneously increasing awareness on the capabilities, range and versatility of 3D printing technology.

Nine entries with the most potential were shortlisted for 3D printing and on October 8, the panel of experienced industry judges met in the Huda Lighting showroom in Dubai for the final evaluation and selection of the winning designs.

Watch the video to find out how judges went about making their decisions and see some of the beautiful luminaries that made it to the final.

After much deliberation, first place went to 'Chrysaora' by Chirag Rangholia. In second place was 'Chaos Lighting Collection' by Desiree Abboud and third place a tie between 'The Future Catcher' by Muhammad Khalid, and 'Bat's Movement Biomimicry' by Alaa Shibly.

Huda Lighting would like to thank all the people who made this event a successful and one-of-a-kind experience, including Immensa Labs, judges David McNeil from Dpa Lighting Consultants; Sumaya Dabbagh from Dabbagh Architects; Kristina Zanic from Kristina Zanic Design Consultants; Imad Itani from ALEC and Khalifa Al Qama from the Dubai Future Foundation and sponsors Autodesk, WILD- Women In Leadership Development and Commercial Interior Design.

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