From 3D printed casts to an artist's studio, we share five of our favorite things we recently spotted on the interwebz.
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Now you can 3D print your next sofa - who would have thought?!
ICFF has come and gone so here's a look at our design favorites in part 1 of the series.
Plumen and Formaliz3d joined forces to design a tailored, 3D printed shade for the Plumen bulbs.
Aakash Nihalani launched a series of interactive installations that ask the user to move their hands to move the cubic designs around.
We spotted German design brand Moij Design's Origami collection at Ambiente and wanted to talk with them about their designs.
Tingest has launched their second collection of modern products for the home, which are inspired by Scandinavian design.
A community of 3D printers came together over 3 years to construct this egg-shaped pavilion.
Design Milk runs the gamut when it comes to Style + Fashion, including 3D printed nail art and necklaces that double as vibrators.
Want to find out how your favorite modern products are made? Take a peek back at 2014's Deconstruction column.
The first movable dress 3D printed and ready to wear right out of the printer.
3D printed unisex rings that come in four geometrically shaped silhouettes.
Another unique product from Mika Barr and Producks featuring their signature printed fabric.
A backpack made with a natural vegetable tanned leather that features a really cool, origami-style expansion & contraction system.
Take a look at how this beehive-inspired collection of ottomans and tables are made.
Paper sculptures that examine the impact of architectural density, while keeping the delicate nature of the material in mind.