3D Print

Towards a 3D-Printed Architecture

3D-printed architecture has recently lent support to architecture by offering the new creative potential of efficiently eliminating the time-consuming and labor-intensive model-making procedures, increasing the sense of discovery throughout the design process, and expanding the frequency and complexity of the iterative process digital models into the actual physical artifact. Workflows seem to be more simplified. Research, concept design, and detail studies can all happen simultaneously, resulting in improved communication both internally and outside now.

Thalassic Masks Transforming The Medical Products

The Thalassic Masks project, designed by artists Filippo Nassetti and Vincenzo Reale, in collaboration with Stratasys, Empa, Haratech, and Creative Region Linz, focuses on rethinking the protective mask, transforming a medical product, born in a state of emergency, into a design statement expressing contemporary identities.

Yves Béhar

World’s First 3D-Printed Community In Latin America Planned by Yves Béhar

Imagine waking up and taking a stroll across a 3d printed community. How about we bring a change starting from the ones that need the most. Innovative designer Yves Béhar, the founder of Fuseproject design studio, charts a rejuvenating course revealing visuals to build 3D-printed dwellings for an impoverished farming community in Latin America.

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