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Lilian van Daal‘s Biomimicry: 3D-printed soft seat is designed as an alternative to conventional upholstered furniture, which requires several different materials and processes to create the frame, padding and covers.

Biomimicry Chair by Lilian van Daal replaces upholstery with structure, from Dezeen: Lilian van Daal’s Biomimicry: soft seat is designed as an alternative to conventiona…

A 3-D Printed Seat With a Cellular Structure That Molds to Your Butt | Inspired by objects from the natural world, van Daal created a series of prototypes that balanced compression, weight, and cost. | Credit: Lilian van Daal | From Wired.com

A 3-D Printed Seat With a Cellular Structure That Molds to Your Butt

Lilian van Daal has developed a conceptual chair influenced by plant cells that could be from a single material to create a comfortable seat.

These #interior #lights made by a #3Dprinter are incredible, aren't they?

Maker Faire, Jersey Style

our booth at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair. We exhibited our Hyphae lamp family which consists of one of a kind printed LED lamps. And customizable tables created by our Radiolaria app.

3D printing furniture: Gradient Chair by Joris Laarman Lab, 3D printed in thermoplastic polyurethane, solid at structural points, with a soft and flexible surface, "like foam that is engineered on a cellular level."

printing furniture: Gradient Chair by Joris Laarman Lab, printed in thermoplastic polyurethane, solid at structural points, with a soft and flexible surface, "like foam that is engineered on a cellular level.

Joris Laarman Lab 3D printed gradient chair.  An exhibition by Dutch designer Joris Laarman includes a blueprint for a chair that can be altered and produced by anyone with a 3D printer,  as well as some of the first 3D-printed metal furniture. http://www.dezeen.com/2014/05/22/joris-laarman-lab-3d-printed-furniture/

Joris Laarman explores 3D-printed metal and open-source chair designs

Open source furniture designs, connect to a printer. Courtesy of John Laarman, Tim Geurtjens, Filippo Gilardi, Mark J.

Lilian van Daal | Makers and Matter | Article by Craftscurator for Elle Decoration NL | Exhibition 'Verlicht Design' by Connecting the Dots and DOEN foundation | Exhibition on Sustainable Design

How designers develop new materials and production processes - article on exhibition Enlightened Design at Elle Festival 2014 - written for Elle Decoration NL

Incredible Insects 3D printed on the Form 1+ 3D Printer

Incredible Insects 3D printed on the Form 1+

Austrian professional model maker Klaus Leitl has produced these must-see huge insect models using a FormLabs printer.

The second Kinematics Dress is made of ~ 3,300 parts 3D printed as a single piece.

The second Kinematics Dress is made of ~ parts printed as a single piece.

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