Coral is found underwater and not many people get an opportunity to explore their beauty. These three wearable rings attempts to bring coral’s intricate form and colours, as well as its importance to the attention of the society. The design is an abstract representation of coral’s deterioration. There are three stages in this series; the first stage displays a healthy and prosperous well-being of coral reef. In the second stage, the coral begins to die and it shows half its skeleton and half its polyps. Finally, the third stage shows the inside skeleton of coral, representing its death.
Supercar System is an automotive product that has been simplified, rationalized and re-constituted, to enable configurability and assembly by customers. The cars Eureka feature enables owners to design and 3D print their very own car bodies with very little technical or design know how and achieve practical, usable results. To design and print thier own Supercar body Customers download the simplified solid model chassis file along with a free copy of Google sketch-up and get designing.
Cellular Table has been commissioned to explore new ways of producing metal in the field of furniture design. The project uses a double-layer algorithmic pattern to provide both strength and flexibility. The final form of the table is developed through multiple iterations of the algorithm to provide an optimum level of porosity and lightness. Finally, the manufacturing process offers the use of both 3d printing and electro-forming process to increase both lightweight and sculptural qualities of a typical metal furniture within in a given interior environment.
The BowTie, by Monocircus, is a bow tie made by 3D printing technology. It is a bow tie made in nylon plastic and needs no tying like the typical fabric bow ties. To put it on, simply slot it onto the button of any collared dress shirt. It is easy and comfortable to wear and stays in shape and style without the need for adjusting. The checkered mesh structure creates an interesting visual impact, yet maintains a simplicity that is suitable for different fashion styles and occasions whether formal or casual.
Windbell is an innovative bicycle bell. It combines a whistle with a bell and allows cyclists to choose different sounds as alarms according to the road conditions they face. The Windbell whistling is made by the wind power. Through The wind tunnel effect it can make sound with no electric power. The speed of the bike make the wind blow the whistle and sound the alarm. When The cyclist need to make long time alarm sound. They can switch the Windbell to whistle mode. The base of the Windbell is a revolving axle at 90 degrees. It can shut off the whistling while maintaining the bell function.
The shoe collection was to discover ways and limitations in 3-D printing technology to push the boundaries of these constraints and change these processes of the footwear manufacturing. It is clear that 3-D printing technology can not only achieve footwear production, but also allow a large amount of flexibility in the design stage, as well as allowing me as a shoe designer to push the limits of design structures. This collection could be part of the further development of using this technology in design and manufacturing processes, and in particular in relation to the production of footwear.