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A new technology for 3D printing floors

A new technology for 3D printing floors has been developed by the Dutch company Aectual. Aectual uses huge robotic 3D printers to create the framework for its sustainable floors, which it infills with terrazzo. As a result, these floors can be customised to fit spaces of any shape and size and in an endless variety of…

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Zhu Ohmu explores the relationship between human and nature in her art

Zhu Ohmu explores the relationship between human and nature in her art. The Melbourne-based multidisciplinary artist Rose Wei — who works under the pseudonym Zhu Ohmu — unveils a unique interpretation of machine methods. For the ceramic “Plantsukuroi” collection, the process of the 3D printer has been mimicked by hand. Ceramic vessels…

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Complements Modular Chocolate

Complements is a modular system of chocolates designed by the Australian agency Universal Favourite for their end of the year gifts. The project combines 3D printing, design, and amazing chocolatier chops of Sydney-based Bakedown Cakery. The idea was inspired by the complementary relationship between a client and designer.…

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Tribù | Matteo Zorzenoni for Maison 203

Tribù is a line of 3D printed jewellery designed by Matteo Zorzenoni for Maison 203 and was inspired by the colours and patterns of traditional African tribal jewellery. The geometric jewels are painted and finished by hand, and show us that tradition and modernity can live happily side by side. If…

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SpongeSuit | UC Riverside with Eray/Carbajo

This design is sure to divide opinion. In an attempt to help solve the problem of pollution of the oceans, a team from the University of California, Riverside paired up with design studio Eray/Carbajo and came up with the SpongeSuit. So what is it, exactly?   A bikini with a…

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Ripples | SteamCC

You’ve probably come across the occasional barista who tries out his cappuccino artwork on your order, or who “artistically” sprinkles cocoa powder through a heart-shaped stencil onto your latte. The results of both of these things can be quite impressive, if you know what you’re doing, but can also leave a lot…

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The Personal Tattoo Machine | Jakub Pollág

It’s the season of Graduate Shows, which often bring us brand new ideas and sometimes controversial proposals. This gadget probably falls into that second category.   Jakub Pollág, who has just graduated from the Royal College of Art, has created a machine with amateur tattoo artists in mind. The Personal…

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MONO Glasses | ITUM

If you’ve ever had trouble finding glasses to fit you perfectly, Hong Kong brand ITUM could be the answer. These 3D printed specs come in different sizes based on the width of the frame, depth of the nose pad, and length of the temples. The concept was thought up by…

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Loop Chair | Markus Johansson Design Studio

We discovered the Loop Chair at this year’s Salone Satellite at Milan Design Week. It’s the work of Swedish designer Markus Johansson and was developed in collaboration with Erik-Hugo Pajos and Omayra Maymó. The chair was inspired by digressions of the mind – the designer believes that while the straight line…

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3D Tiko Printer

This compact 3D printer costs only $179 and is called Tiko. The invention is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, but if it goes into production could bring 3D printing into any of our homes, unlike traditional 3D printers which have a tendency to be prohibitively expensive. It weighs only 3.7lbs,…

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