Gantri's already-stunning 3D-printed lights just got a fun upgrade, thanks to a new collaboration with innovative design studio Ammunition. Today, the brands announced three new lighting collections, also marking Gantri's first foray into wall-mounted lights and floor lamps—new categories for the company, as Gantri previously only sold table lamps.
"Ammunition has an incredible reputation for creating thoughtful, beautifully crafted products that inspire both consumers and designers," Ian Yang, Gantri's CEO and founder said in a press release. "We were thrilled to bring the studio’s process and philosophy to the Gantri platform with lighting collections that offer an amazing level of quality, detail, and expression. They represent our mission to make it easier for people to incorporate great design into their lives."
The collections—called Gio, Signal, and Carve—include table lights, plug-in sconces, and floor lamps, as well as new colorways like the Ammunition-exclusive "Sedona" red. The lights also got a major design upgrade, with museum-quality dimmable LEDs (they have a color rendering index of 90+ where most LED lights are around 80 and traditional fluorescents are often just 50 to 60) along with premium cords and switches designed by Ammunition as well.
Each collection has a unique inspiration, too. Gio, for instance, was inspired by Italian lighting designs from the 1970s; while Signal took its cues from architectural louvers; and Carve was created to look as though it was carved all in one piece from stone.
"Achieving something different in the lighting space is challenging, but with Gantri, we were able to create products that offer people something unique when it comes to design and sustainability," Victoria Slaker, Ammunition's VP of Product Design said in a press release. "Each light feels very experiential—they are an expression of the designer behind it and reflect both the creative possibilities of Gantri’s platform and Ammunition’s attention to detail and quality.”
You can shop Ammunition's designs (as well as the rest of Gantri's catalogue of lights!) and learn more about Gantri's platform at gantri.com, or browse the collection below.
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