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Arizona Biltmore Tile

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3D model description

Here is yet another architectural tile. Designed by Albert Chase McArthur for the Arizona Biltmore Hotel, completed in 1929. McArthur collaborated with Frank Lloyd Wright about the construction of the hotel, borrowing Wrights so called "textile block" construction method that used interlocking concrete blocks stamped with bold patterns that added character.

3D printing settings

The main file is 235mmX175mm. Scale accordingly. Scale the Z axis independently for more or less relief on the tile.

  • 3D file format: SKP and STL



3D printing hobbyist, always striving to release readily printable tested designs. Leveraging my technical degree and hobby experience led to an industry job with Midwest Prototyping, a leading independent service bureau.



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