3D printed architecture continues to move from conceptual to feasible almost from week to week! From 3ders.org:
Traditionally architecture, interior design and furnishings are separate self-enclosed areas, with 3D printing, designer François Brument is able to meld these areas into one unit.
Brument takes a close look at the possibilities of digital design and aims for integrated digital production processes when it comes to the creation of living spaces. Rooms, walls, furniture items become one and can be freely defined by the designer and builder without any restrictions whatsoever. With this revolutionary approach, the star designer opens up a new chapter in the design of living spaces.
In collaboration with Sonia Laugier, Brument created the carte blanche project ‘Habitat imprimé’ (printed living space).
The exhibit on display is a real model of a bedroom with integrated shower and walk-in closet, which visualises the possibilities of an integrated production of living quarters over 15 square metres. The room can be divided as required, shelves can be integrated into walls, surfaces can be structured in any manner desired – the restrictions that formerly set limits to the creativity of builders, architects and designers have been removed. The future design of living spaces knows no bounds.
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