Posts Tagged ‘3D printing’

Delta bicycle by Mokumono

June 8th, 2018

Borrowing from the automotive industry, Mokumono has used a new technique where two aluminum sheets are pressed into form for the bike’s frame, and then laser-welded together. After building the first prototype from cardboard, the company experimented with 3D hubs to create 3D-printed and hand-built versions.

Cloud Pergola – The Croatian Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Biennale, Venice – Italy

June 6th, 2018

Inspired by the complexity and beauty of cloud formations, Andrasek mathematically captured a snapshot of architectural fabric at high resolution as a complex synthesis of novel tectonics, complex porosity, light filtering and shadow casting. The structure was created using computational simulation, big data and robotic 3D printing by Ai Build.

Continuum3 3D printed chairs by John Briscella

March 30th, 2018

‘Nuum’ takes the classical form and progresses toward something new; in an homage to eames, Briscella adds the mathematical letter ’N’ — a non negative integer. ‘Geofrei’ is geometrical and free. ‘Seafoam’ is calming — the entire collection is one flush with history — past, present, and a 3D printed, highly optimized future.

Biomorphic furniture by Mathias Bengtsson

August 28th, 2017

The furniture series explores the possibilities of software contribution to artistic creation, wherein 3D printing serves as an analogue for representing organic forms. Bengtsson begins with what he calls ‘the promise of technology’ – ‘the desire to push the limits of what is imaginable, and the will to create objects unlike any that have existed before’.

6-Axis Robot Arm by +Lab – Politecnico di Milano

April 2nd, 2017

A team of architects and engineers at the Politecnico di Milano in Italy have unveiled Atropos, a six-axis robotic arm capable of printing continuous fiber composites. The one of a kind robot was developed by +Lab, the 3D printing laboratory at the Politecnico, who have taken inspiration from fibres found in the natural world.

KAMP Collection by KAMP.studio

February 18th, 2017

The studio’s first release of products aims to encourage an ethical approach to the use of 3D printing. By pairing the technology with elegant design, handcraft and quality materials the studio believes it can make products that people will love forever, rather than tire of and throw away.

3D concrete printing by Bekkering Adams

February 2nd, 2017

Rotterdam-based architecture firm Bekkering Adams has taken the concrete dream one step further to test the partnership of concrete and technology in a more tangible way, with the proposal “Fire Wall”. In collaboration with the Technical University of Eindhoven and Cement & Beton Centrum, the prototype experiments investigate the effects gained by altering the variables of the technology – changes in height, speed and texture all produce different results.

MALIANGHANG jewelry Boutique by Atelier Liang Liang Design Studio, Shanghai – China

November 29th, 2016



Comprised of white, brass and the brand’s signature color- the British racing green, the space was designed to take the viewers onto a tour of a luxury fine lab. Start from the first glance, the window design visualized the process of 3D printing by setting calculated irregular lines into pictures.