– Icosaedro, Machine Series: Machine Series is a platform that lives between industry and artisan, producing elegant everyday objects through approachable, open source manufacturing technologies.
– Interieur Awards 2014: The Grand Prize of the Interieur Awards 2014 – organized by Biennale Interieur – goes to a table that makes sense of digital printing.
– Maya Ben David, Bypass: Starting from her interest in 3D printing, Israelian designer Maya Ben David developed Bypass, a system case study of water pipe fittings.
– Energy Addicts: With this jewellery collection Naomi Kizhner reflects about how far will we go to in order to “feed” our electricity addiction in the world of declining resources.
– .bijouets: The young brand .exnovo joins .bijouets that declines 3D printing and traditional techniques in a range of jewelery and accessories, including a line of customizable sunglasses.
– Printable futures: With the KamerMaker — a movable 3D printer pavilion — and a proactive approach, DUS architects seek to push the boundaries of this technology: in a co-creation process involving the community and multiple stakeholders, they propose 3D-printing an Amsterdam canal house, room by room.
– 3D Printed Ceramics: With his Functional 3D Printed Ceramics Olivier van Herpt is looking to “bake in” the randomness, uniqueness into the process in order to every time get a truly unique piece.
– Lovegrove, Foliates: Ross Lovegrove designed for Louisa Guinness Gallery “Foliates”, a collection of 18ct gold 3D printed ring inspired by leaves and leaf structures, launched in Art Basel Miami.
– Don’t Run Beta: Don’t Run - Beta is a pilot production line initiated by Eugenia Morpurgo and Juan Montero. It is an experimental system focused on illustrating the possibility of a transparent, open and collaborative production line for shoe making and design.
– Architecture-by-Bee: Geoff Manaugh and John Becker imagined a new urban bee species to be used as a low-cost biological tool for repairing statues and architectural ornament, even producing whole, free-standing structures such as cathedrals.