Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola brings her modern sensibility to Milan-based rug manufacturers cc-tapis on a series of handknotted rugs. Visioni consists of two rug designs with contemporary, abstract graphic patterns made using age-old techniques in Nepal.
Yes, Akinori Goto created this amazing 3D printed zoetrope and the animation you see here. As we always say: there is a chance for awesomeness, and this is a demonstration that it’s true! enjoy it!
What Nike’s Flyknit technology does for your feet, Benjamin Hubert of U.K. design consultancy Layer wants to do for your butt and your back. Alongside the contemporary home furniture brand Moroso, Hubert has created a pair of attractive new chair designs that apply the same design principle behind the use of 3-D knits in high-performance […]
Designer and founder of Misawa Design Institute, Haruka Misawa (previously), has designed a series of minimal aquariums titled “Waterscapes” that include 3D printed objects inspired by undersea plant life.
Fiction Factory in the Netherlands designed a sturdy modular home or office comprised of 1,100-pound tube-shaped sections, swathed in 24 layers of cardboard, that snap together. With no foundation required, the Wikkelhouse, or Wrap House, can be assembled in a single day.
Rombaut’s high fashion Parisian brand uses a variety of “eco-leathers” in its designs. The leathers are derived from fig trees, tapa bark, coconut fibre, potatoes or even natural rubber trees from the Amazon rainforest.
More recently, multidisciplinary Amsterdam design firm DUS Architects turned their attention to one of the most iconic structures in Amsterdam – the canal house – with the goal of 3D printing an entire canal house as an example of how new digital fabrication techniques can lead to affordable tailor-made architecture worldwide.
The Tangible Media Group programs a physical interface to act like sand, rubber, water, and more.
A new metamaterial out of Harvard can shrink, expand, and fold completely flat with little outside force and no damage.
Why adding a fourth dimension to 3D printing doesn’t mean we’ll have endless architectural possibilities. Are you excited about 4D printing? Well, it’s about time!
L’artiste allemand Tom Seelbach, principalement réputé pour sa pratique de la photographie, nous présente un nouvel aspect de son travail avec le projet Architecture of Wasted Fantasy – The Poetry of Packaging.
En los últimos años, muchos diseñadores se han comprometido con el problema de la contaminación por plásticos, proponiendo proyectos basados en el empleo de plástico reciclado o de materiales biodegradables.