“Big Growth” Brought to You by 3D Printing

“Big Growth” Brought to You by 3D Printing
 

Designed by Mathias Bengtsson, the “Big Growth” table was made with 3D printing technology at Materialise and made its first appearance at Design Miami 2014 for the Galerie Maria Wettergren. This table is an exemplary piece of the blurring line between the natural and the artificial as it was designed by growing a “digital seed” in a virtual world. Standing at 4.2 meters long in solid bronze, the table was designed through a biomimicry process, in which the digital seed emulates natural growth by imitating some of nature’s rules and methods. The furniture parameters have been embedded in the digital seed; however, the form is not defined ahead of time but instead emerges as a result of the growth process.

Find out more about this process by watching this video.

 

3D Tora in Greece

3D Tora: 3D Printing Reaches Greece

3D Tora at the Onassis Cultural Center in Athens will be the first major exhibition in Greece dedicated entirely to 3D technology. MGX will be on display with its Fractal.MGX by WertelOberfell and the C2M chair by Good Design Award winner Patrick Jouin, demonstrating its leadership in 3D Printing technologies for design. The exhibition will illustrate the versatility of 3D Printing, by showcasing art, architecture and fashion in addition to scientific pieces and pure product design. From December 15th, 2014 to January 31st, 2015, you can discover how “3D Printing, of everything from houses to hearts and pretty much all you can imagine in-between, is the coming revolution.”

This is not the first time the Fractal.MGX will be on display in an esteemed setting; this cutting-edge piece can also be seen on display at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Design Hub Barcelona.

 

.MGX in Seoul

.MGX Sets the Scene at the Seoul Design Festival!

In November, .MGX goes to the Seoul Design Festival. To get ready for the festival’s opening, the DDP Design Lab (Dongdaemun Design Plaza) will display the Gamete.MGX by Xavier Lust, Volume.MGX by Dror, Solid S1 by Patrick Jouin and the AI.MGX by Assa Ashuach. From November 5th to 25th, you can find these items at “3D Printing Design Exhibition: <MGX>” at the Gallery Café, Design Lab 2F at the DDP Design Lab.

If you go to the Seoul Design Festival between November 26th to 30th, in addition to the .MGX items listed above, you can go to COEX Hall B – 35 to find Materialise 3D-printed design products such as dresses from Iris Van Herpen "Voltage” and “Escapism” collections. Also, .MGX and i.materialise Director Miranda Bastijns will illustrate the power of customization through 3D printing in her talk about “Catwalk dresses and hearing aids for millions” on November 27th. Find out more information here.

 

.MGX at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Patrick Jouin’s One_Shot.MGX and Solid C2 on Display at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

Are you planning a trip to Amsterdam between October 25, 2014 and February 15th, 2015? Make sure to stop by the Stedelijk Museum to see the One_Shot.MGX stool and the Solid C2 chair by Patrick Jouin on display next to other forward-thinking designs in the “Superbox. Design Acquisitions.” exhibition. If you aren’t able to make it to Amsterdam, you may find the stool at a city near you as its world tour hits the likes of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, or Design Hub Barcelona. The full list of museums can be found here

Source - Firenze

.MGX at SOURCE – Self-Made Design Exhibition

Art history meets contemporary art with the arrival of .MGX items at the Limonaia di Villa Strozzi, the beautiful 19th-century neoclassical villa, in Florence. Amniosya, the design team and i.materialise 2013 Designer of the Year, invited .MGX to showcase their Gamete.MGX by Xavier Lust, One_Shot.MGX by Patrick Jouin and Lily.MGX by Janne Kyttanen during their SOURCE exhibition. The exhibition, running from September 11 to 18th, 2014, is intended to spark the audience’s imagination by featuring pieces that give insight into the possible future scenarios of production, with .MGX pieces demonstrating the potential of 3D printing. 

 
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