Glasses for a Museum - 3D printed

These free-form glasses were designed under no limitations of mass production techniques and for the sole purpose of being diplayed as an object at the museum.

When Holon Design Museum reached out to me to participate in their glasses exhibition, I wanted to challenge the traditional aesthetics that derives from making glasses in separate parts, that are cut from flat surfaces.
Using 3D printing enabled me to focus purely on shape. In small-delicate moves I sculpted a monobloc material, looking for lines and joints that are not possible in the common production techniques.