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Symbiosis

Dec 24, 2011No Comments

Printing with bacteria A course at the Department of Microbiology at the University of Wageningen taught Jelte van Abbema how to handle bacteria and their

Kaynemaile

Dec 17, 2011No Comments

Polymeric seamless mesh Kaynemaile is a seamless mesh composed of polymer rings. The advantage of the Kaynemaile process is its ability to create multiple elements

Photo-Engraved Aluminum

Oct 21, 2011No Comments

Aluminum panel with permanent photographic transfer The focus of Intaglio Composites is the art of photographic transfer to materials. The company has developed a new,

3D-Printed Wellboard

Aug 20, 2011No Comments

3D-printed corrugated wooden material Wellboard is a lightweight, cellulose-based material pressed into a variety of profiles for use in exhibition, shop and furniture design applications.

Fractal Table

Jul 12, 2011No Comments

Rapid-prototyped fractal growth table Rapid Protoyping offers designers the possibilities to explore complex forms in a direct and rapid way. CAD data is transferred directly

Wall Through Wall Carpets

Jun 02, 2011No Comments

Carpet tiles with building-scaled patterns A Wall Through Wall Carpet is the result of a design strategy for buildings in which the perception of space

Laser-Sintered Textiles

May 08, 2011No Comments

Rapid manufactured textiles Laser-Sintered Textiles, based on a concept by designer Jiri Evenhuis, have opened a new frontier of possibilities for the production of future

Vault-Structured Metal

May 01, 2011No Comments

Ultralight patterned metal panels Numerous phenomena can be observed in nature that are the result of controlled self-organization. Bionic vault-structuring is a method to generate

Kebony

Feb 18, 2011No Comments

Kebonized wood based on pine, maple and beech Kebony is a high performance wood that is modified by a process called Kebonization, which is an

Unrepeatable Carpets

Feb 11, 2011No Comments

Carpet tiles with nonrepeating patterns A collaboration between visual artist Marcel Kronenburg and software engineer Marten Teitsma, Unrepeatable Carpets are the result of a process