Above: People’s Option Finalist – Dandelion Chari by Sara Leonor
100% Design and style has teamed up with iMakr and Talenthouse to run a competitors to get designers to make patterns for 3D objects for the residence or workplace.
Above: Winning Style – Rib Lamp by Gonzalo Castro
The 5 winning styles have now been chosen, which will be 3D printed and proven at 100% Style in the 3D Residence Factory characteristic and exhibited at the iMakr keep in London.
Over: Winning layout – ‘Twist & Shake’ 3D Printed Salt and Pepper Shakers by Joe White
The winner of the public vote (leading picture) will also get their design printed and displayed at 100% Design and style. One particular overall winner – but to be announced – will also win a 3D printer.
Over: Winning style – Ivory Bookend by Stewart Davies
3D printing is looking to become the following massive movement in design and style. The technologies is rapidly turning into less expensive and more accessible, that means that quickly a individuals with tiny or no professional layout education will be in a position to design and style and create pieces of furniture and add-ons for the home or workplace.
Above: Winning Style – Sir Wrap the enveloped 3D printed vase by Ernesto Venanzi
The 3D Residence Factory at 100% Design will be showcasing how this technology could revolutionise our residences and the way we live.
Above: Winning Design and style – set me cost-free by Sedef Ala