From Trento to NYC, to the TV: one of the largest 3D printed lamps aired on Rai3

One of the biggest 3D printed lamps has been produced in Trento (Italy) by .exnovo. It’s a bespoke project conceived and designed with the American customer for his apartment in Hell’s Kitchen (Manhattan, NYC), in collaboration with the designer Alessandro Zambelli and our partner Design-Apart, which operates in New York promoting the values ​​of Made in Italy.

As told by Diego Paccagnella – founder of Design-Apart – in the video interview aired on RAI3, for  Italian Television Documentary Community, on Sunday, November 8th, it’s hard to find companies or partner in New York that are able to develop sophisticated and high-level-quality projects. The New York audience is looking for unique pieces, not for industrialized products and Italian companies, as .exnovo, are able to meet these needs thanks to their ability to “combine creativity innovation invention but also at the same time technological and practical aspects “as pointed out by Diego, who defines the lamp made by .exnovo” a site-specific project, like an installation, a work of art. Projects like these distinguish us in a city like New York. ”