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Frank Lloyd Wright "Blade Runner" Ennis House Tile

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3D model description

This design is most famous for being used in the sci-fi classic film "Blade Runner", and has seen use in many other sci-fi shows and movies. It was originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the 1924 Ennis house in Los Angeles. This was one of 4 "textile block" houses, a building system using interlocking concrete blocks with bold patterns that added character.

Check out my other textile block designs.

3D printing settings

You may get warping if you don't use a heated build platform. The default STL is 145mm square, but scale it as you choose. You can also scale the z axis independently to get more or less releif on the tile. The sketchup file is included.

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: SKP and STL Folder details Close
    • Wright-ennis_rev2_thinner.skp
    • Wrightennisrev2thinner_fixed.stl
  • Publication date: 2020/09/10 at 14:36





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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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