FRAKTUR is designed by Alexander Lervik, multi-award-winning designer with extensive experience in 3D-printing, notably created a 3D-printed replica of his own brain.
For Fraktur, Lervik aimed for contrast, experimenting with cubist shapes to produce a visually stimulating lamp. The challanging shape is 3D-printed in sand. The matte sand absorbs light, enhancing the lamp’s contrast.
The light it emits serves as ambient lighting. With its shape and size, FRAKTUR becomes a centerpiece that enhances any room. It can also be integrated as a part of the interior in hotel lounges, private homes, conference rooms, church halls, or conservatories. The possibilities are numerous.

  • Fraktur 3D printed lamp in sand
  • Reform design lab
  • 2024

Fraktur lamp