3D PatternPrint

Oct 19, 2010No Comments

Digital printing on moldable plastics 3D PatternPrint is a new way of sublimation-printing on plastic. Designer Mary Crisp created 3D PatternPrint to bring together 2D-printed


Sep 24, 2010No Comments

Light-mapped structural surfaces Raycounting is a method for generating form by registering the intensity and orientation of light rays. 3D surfaces of double curvature are

SentryGlas Expressions

Aug 26, 2010No Comments

Exterior Grade, digitally printed laminated glass Pulp Studio’s SentryGlas Expressions is a computer-controlled digital imaging system for decorative glass, made with a UV resistant ink

Living City

Jul 10, 2010No Comments

Responsive building information network Living City is a platform for buildings to talk to one another. It involves small modules that attach to existing building

PS Photo Tiles

Jun 19, 2010No Comments

High-resolution photographic tiles Sweden-based Parisima Kadh AB has developed a method for applying photographic images and other visual content to ceramic tiles. Unlike similar processes


May 28, 2010No Comments

Graphically-enhanced architectural acrylic R-Cast Dura is a new Class A and Class I fire-rated material developed by Reynolds Polymer Technology, Inc. for architectural applications. The

Ripple Faucet

May 24, 2010No Comments

Intelligent faucet The Ripple Faucet offers a new way to interact with water. Drawing inspiration from the ripples on the water’s surface, the faucet creates


May 21, 2010No Comments

Interactive object-recognition surface The atracBar transforms the conventional counter, bar top or information desk into an illuminated interactive surface that will react to the objects


May 06, 2010No Comments

Anisotropic textured surface Neri Oxman visualizes, analyzes and reconstructs 2D natural micro-structural tissues into 3D macro-scale prototypes by computing hypothetical physical responses. She uses a

Shelf Space

Apr 18, 2010No Comments

CNC-machined hardwood The result of an experimental four-month collaboration with an aerospace machinery manufacturer, the fluid form of Paul Loebach’s Shelf Space pushes the limits