The "Maison & Objet" design collection from leFabShop printable in 3D
<p> Born from a collaboration between the FabShop and Maison & Objet, this collection was entirely designed to be printed in 3D. All 3D files in the collection are downloadable exclusively here on the marketplace Cults. The objects were designed and manufactured by Canadian designer Samuel N. Bernier, Creative Director of FabShop. The concept of the collection: lamps, clocks and containers inspired by the cities hosting the international show, Paris, Miami and Singapore. The theme dedicated to Paris is inspired by the world-renowned architecture of Gustave Eiffel. The lines play clothing with the metal structures of the Eiffel Tower, bringing an industrial side to these everyday objects. The Miami range retranscribes this sunny light characteristic of Florida. An energetic yellow color that is full of beaches, people, streets, textures. Once in place, these designs are intended to illuminate the lives of everyone. Finally, the Singapore category of the Maison & Objet collection adroitly handles the concept of transparency. A concept inherent to the omnipresence of water within this maritime city. The designer was indeed amused with the various reflections present on the windows of the skyscrapers that populate the city. This project aims to empower people through 3D printing; they have the opportunity to be both manufacturer, consumer and critic of its products. On the technical side, each object was thought of in order to be made in several times on a Makerbot Replicator (or equivalent 3D printer), then mechanically assembled. However, the lamps can be printed at one time using the MakerBot Z18, a large format 3D printer. </p><p></p><p></p><p></p><p></p><p></p><p></p><p> Source: Cults. </p>
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