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Riom, Switzerland – Designed by the MA students of Digital Fabrication and Architecture at the ETH Zurich, Concrete Choreography brings 3D-printed concrete to the dance stage.
Tokyo – Inspired by Japanese folding and drawing techniques, Dus made 3D-printed displays and furnishings for Loft, a department store in Ginza designed by Schemata Architects.
New York City – The American firm's first place proposal is a conceptual habitat for humans that could be 3D-printed from indigenous Martian material using autonomous robotics.
Eindhoven – Henri Canivez’s Data Stool raises a me-vs-we question: By hyper-customizing it to follow the contours of one person’s body, are we making the seat useless to others?
Copenhagen – As sustainable concepts and technologies in develop, the Swedish designer questions the future of physicality for design objects.
Arnhem – Inflatable structures by Roos Meerman and Bart van den Hoven function as flexible pop-up lodgings.
Amsterdam – Alongside the interactive exhibits at Frame Lab, DUS Architects and Aectual founder Hans Vermeulen will address the topic, ‘Will we live in 3D-printed houses?’
Amsterdam – From algae-based objects to personalized on-demand flooring, discover new possibilities with 3D printing at Frame Lab on 21 - 22 February.
AMSTERDAM – Discover the future of spaces at Frame Lab on 21 and 22 February through lectures, workshops and exhibits such as the bespoke 3D-printed Aectual Floors.
AMSTERDAM – Algae are becoming an alternative for everything from fossil fuels to 3D printer filaments. Discover it in action at Frame Lab 2018!
NEW YORK CITY – To see ‘frozen, functional poems’ of the industrial era transforming into the digital future, look no further than Joris Laarman: Design in the Digital Age.
MATERIALS – Bekkering Adams tests the partnership of concrete and technology in a tangible way, with the proposal Fire Wall.
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