Radical Craft’s Tectonic Horizon’s is an architectural interlocking system of slip-cast modules created by CNC milling.
Herpt’s 3D extrusion printer is capable of printing finely detailed funcional objects up to 80 cm tall with a 42 cm diameter.
Bond’s modular and dynamic molds create geometric forms reminiscent of pixilated sculptures.
Design studio founded by Claire Warnier and Dries Verbruggen using stratigraphic manufacturing and pioneers of l’Artisan Électronique project.
Furman’s designs, as well as his art practice, enjoy a joyful and critical approach to the design and making of sculptural, architectural and utilitarian forms.
Jacobson studied at Harvard Graduate School of Design and participated in the Innovating Ceramics exhibiiton. His work involved the deposition of ceramic material using robotics.
Biddulph renders his designs in 3D modelling software before rapid-prototyping and casting his final forms.
Cunicode “[explores] scenarios of creation, production and consumption through design, digital fabrication & 3D Printing” including rapid-prototyping in One Coffee Cup a Day and the interactive dilDIY.
Jonathan Grinham explores surface topology through conventional ceramic processes informed by digital fabrication in +10.
Industrial designer Reza Feiz of Phase Design, walks the viewer through his fabrication process of his Duetto Espresso Cup