·Coastal Breeze3D printing sustainable chandelier won the gold award of “IDEA” and the honorary nomination of “Innovation Design Award” of Fast Company
·The series of lamps and lanterns are made of 3D printing technology and waste fishing nets as materials, committed to protecting the marine environment and reducing carbon footprint
·Xinnuofei specially designed a limited edition 3D printing desk lamp for the Netherlands Design Week in 2022
Xinnuofei won the gold medal of “IDEA” for its Coastal Breeze sustainable chandelier products made of recyclable materials. This series of chandeliers also won the honorary nomination of Fast Company’s “Innovation Design Award”. The Coastal Breeze series, including its limited edition table lamp, was exhibited at the Dutch Design Week held in Eindhoven from October 22 to 30, 2022.https://www.slw-ele.com/
Philips MyCreation lamps made from recycled fishing nets won the IDEA Gold Award issued by the American Industrial Designers Association (IDSA). IDEA Award is one of the oldest and most prestigious design awards, which is set up to recognize outstanding interdisciplinary design achievements. MyCreation Luminaires also won the honorary nomination of the Fast Company “Innovative Design Award” innovative recyclable design category.
Philips MyCreation Coastal Breeze series is designed to arouse people’s attention to marine protection and protect the beautiful ocean for our next generation. Fishing nets, fishing lines and fishing lines constitute 10% to 46% of marine plastic waste. These randomly discarded marine wastes seriously endanger the lives of marine animals. However, these wastes can be made into filaments by 3D printing – one lamp can be made for every 4.5 meters of fishing net.
Xinnuofei 3D printing process can not only recycle marine plastics, but also help reduce waste and promote the development of circular economy. At the same time, printing lamps on demand in the local market means that there will be no excess inventory. 3D printing lamps do not need glue, the amount of screws used is reduced, and it is easier to disassemble and repair. In addition, because the carbon emissions generated by the material supply and manufacturing process have decreased by 76%, and the carbon emissions generated by the transportation process have decreased by 28%, 3D printing lamps are the ideal low-carbon alternatives for traditional manufacturing lamps.
We recycled nylon fishing nets from fishermen on the Cornwall coast of the UK, and the partner Fishy Filaments processed them into particles, which were sent to Maarheeze in the Netherlands as the basic materials for 3D printing lamps and processed into filaments, and finally completed 3D printing in Turnhout, Belgium.
The finished product is soft in texture and natural in shape, retaining the blue-green color of the fishing net. When lit, the gradual blue-green and irregular shapes of recycled materials become more prominent, giving each lamp unique characteristics. The light shadow cast by the soft diffuse light shows the texture of 3D printing – ocean sand dunes, ripples, water waves, fish scales and other shapes, which carefully reproduce the beauty of the sea.
Xinnuofei design team specially produced a characteristic table lamp with fishing net as raw material for Dutch Design Week. Xinnuofei participated in the Netherlands Design Week from October 22 to 30 to show how to use 3D printing technology to turn waste into treasure and design sustainable beauty.
At present, Philips MyCreation Coastal Breeze series products have been sold in the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark and Sweden. The table lamp created for the Dutch Design Week will be sold as a limited edition in the Dutch market with a limit of 150 lamps.
Kevin Raaijmakers, head of 3D printing business of Xinnuofei, said that, “Coastal Breeze series is very special because it is not only beautiful in design, but also has the significance of sustainable development. By participating in the Dutch Design Week, we hope to make people realize that when we consciously choose household products, our decisions can have a practical impact. We want to share our understanding of marine pollution and our pleasant solutions to turn waste into wealth. Our efforts can be recognized by the Dutch Design Week But we are very proud. “