DDW 2018 is almost done. In this Weekly Picks, I will give an overview of interesting white 3D printed projects I have seen so far. A more insightful blog post will follow next Wednesday.
Robot Love is an interactive expo experience exploring the love between humans and robots. One of the first projects of the exhibition is InMoov, the bust of a life-size robot, designed and made by French designer Gael Langevin.
Design Academy Eindhoven (DAE) graduate Henri Canivez made several 3D printed models of his Data Stool, a stool made using high-tech printing techniques and based on the specific measurements of each individual user.
Another amazing graduation project is from DAE alumnus Martin Sallières. With Mesh – ShoeLab, Sallières intended to explore new techniques of manufacturing footwear. I am sure he will be invited by big shoe manufacturers soon!
Next is DAE alumnus Felix Mollinga: “Additive crystal is a collection of lamps that combines two additive manufacturing techniques. Man-made, 3D-printed frames continue to grow after the printing is done, developing their own crystal skin,” states his website.
Crossing Parallels is a collaboration project by Amandine David, with master basket weaver Esmé Hofman and 3D-printing artisan Joris van Tubergen. The result is an archive of samples and experiments of functional objects, showing the value of design as a collaborative process.
Each of Tessa’s weekly picks is a curated group of 3D printed designs, based on the week’s chosen theme. If you would like to offer a theme for Tessa, or if you have your own 3D printed weekly picks you would like to see featured, please let us know by commenting below. Subscribe to the newsletter to get the latest weekly picks every week in your mailbox.