Six ancient and modern monuments in Milan become six different chess pieces. They live side by side not only in the reality but also on a chessboard, dancing with many different moves and creating new urban skylines each time. 3D printing is the innovative technology chosen to represent this futuristic world. Melting past, present and future, human beings can find new designs and new lifestyles.
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Toybic is personalized RC toy car of the next generation that replaces old-fashioned approach "Bought, gave away and forgot" with "Let's design and play together!". It can be custom-designed via online app, 3D-printed at any location and provides user an opportunity to enjoy the interactivity of virtual games in a real world. Futuristic toy encourage users’ creativity to build new designs, share with other users, promote sustainability (old or broken parts can be simply re-printed), bring parents together with kids and provide learning of 3D modeling and printing.
Joint is a corner piece for furniture, created using a 3D printer, providing a simple way to build your own furniture by connecting it to common wood pieces. The Joint is a fully customizable furniture solution for different user needs and home environments, simply buy the size of wood you want and build any size furniture.
Shadowbrook is part of the first-ever collection of 3D printed metal residential faucets, created via additive manufacturing. A celebration of the natural experience of water, the Shadowbrook presents an unforgettable experience not achievable using traditional manufacturing methods. Water flows from the multi-faceted Shadowbrook faucet spout, recreating the poetic flow of water bouncing on rocks in a riverbed. It enchants the user by reinventing the experience of receiving water from a tap.
This decorative wall sculpture represents magnificence, wisdom and a flow of life. Lion as the king of all animals was chosen as main symbol. Peaceful design with overall softness was kept in mind for this piece. The curved shaped fur of the lion was a clear choice. It is easy to follow, yet it evokes a kind of an ethereal feeling. A lot time went into designing the transition from the lion to the surrounding environment, the smoothness of it is quite important, because it determines how the piece works together with its background.
Daeki Shim and HyoJun Shim produced the alphabet B by getting a motive from Venn diagram of a plane shape, which expresses the meaning of the word Between. They also produced B 3-dimensionally through the 3D printer. These two 3D printed symbols are seen as the alphabet B of the same plane when they are seen at the front. However, its form changes according to the switch of an angle, and viewers can see the two 3D printed symbols were designed in an individually different structure.
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