Make Design Magazine

Make Design Magazine

Make Design Magazine featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Unream

In the daytime, Unream is an artifact that reflects sunlight to display dynamically; at night, it uses artificial lights to create a fantasy-like atmosphere. With Unream, the designers hope to blur the line between the digital and physical world, bringing impossible materials to real-world product design. Unream is the first 3D printed object that displays dynamically by itself. With multi-material voxel printing, the designers expand binary material presence to dynamic material experience, reimagining the relationship between human, space, and objects.

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Mila

Mila is a series of vases. Inspired by the chimneys on the roof of Mira Apartment, their curves and textures were refined to create the Mila series of vases. The collection includes vases in three different sizes, large, medium and small. Corresponding to different planting needs. Thanks to the use of veroClear translucent material based on Polyjet 3D printing technology, the vase appears hazy and mysterious. Moreover, the set of vases is an integrally formed double-layer structure, and the overlapping of the outer surface and the inner tank greatly enriches the layering of the vase.

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Aitable

Standard designs for a table this heavy would require a thick section under the tabletop. Artificial intelligence presents a powerful tool to search for structurally more efficient design strategies to deliver radically new aesthetics, producing zero wastage in the fabrication. Using precise 3DPrinted sand molds, the three unique legs are cast in bronze and manually polished, creating sophisticated effects of nuanced reflections under changing light conditions. AI Table showcases how digital design can foster creativity and pragmatism.

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Project EGG

Project EGG is the largest community 3D printed object to date. Hundreds of people form all around the world 3D printed a stone, together forming this unique pavilion. Every 'stone' is unique and different. in return everyone that collaborated in this way got their name in the stone. An object like EGG would have never been made 'the old way'. The building itself is constructed with 4760 stones that are all different. Not one is the same as the other.

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Print to Build

The collection provides the opportunity for the users to build furniture, installations, partitions as well. It depends on the creativity. The joints are able to be printed with any kind of three dimensional printers included fuse deposition modelling machines. It is allowed to connect 8 millimeters wide plywood sheets to each other in different angles. It contains 90, 45 and 120 degree elements. One feature of the product is that the users do not have to screw or glue the parts.

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Georgia

Georgia is an open toe 3” block heel with a flexible 3D printed sole that feels like a sneaker and looks like a clog. The platform combines a traditional insole, midsole, outsole, and shank of a high heel into a single 3D-printed platform that embodies the performance requirements of each of these layers within a complete construction. Inset into the platform is a woven mesh of lattice that acts as a dynamic form of supportive cushion. To top it off, a soft leather upper that comes with two interchangeable strap options.

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