At Frame Lab, Aectual brings personalized spaces to a new level

AMSTERDAM – Leading the way to a future of hyper-personalized spaces, Dutch company Aectual develops and 3D-prints customized flooring on-demand. Employing a bio-binder terrazzo infill, Aectual Floors will be on display at Frame Lab in Amsterdam on 21 - 22 February alongside a host of other innovative exhibits such as Lego-like furniture, solar-powered building façades, expressive light installations based on individual neurobiology and more.

The flooring material by Aectual breaks new ground in the market for personalized, tailor-made interiors. Leveraging industrial 3D-printing technology and software tools, Aectual makes it possible to customize the pattern of each floor, which is then filled with bio-binder terrazzo. The floors are sustainably produced, using bio-printing plastic and recycled materials while offering a wide range of colour options and fillings.

Learn more about the digital production process and experience the 3D-printed Aectual Floors for yourself at Frame Lab. Get your tickets here.

Location Gashouder Westergasfabriek, Klönneplein 1, 1014 DD Amsterdam, Netherlands

Billboard: Simon Architecture Prize
Billboard: Simon Architecture Prize

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