A 3D printed façade made by Aectual Since its founding in 2017, Dutch company Aectual has taken the tenets of 3D printing—including customization, design freedom and sustainability—to heart, applying them to the areas of architecture and interior design.
Many of our readers will be familiar with the company: in 2018, it gained notice for 3D printing a section of terrazzo-style flooring in Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. Just a few months ago, it also unveiled a collection of 3D printed fully-circular furniture made from plant-based materials. Now, the Amsterdam-based firm is updating its business model with the global beta launch of its design-to-delivery platform and commercial web shop for the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) market. The newly launched platform enables customers to access and order Aectual’s 3D printed interior design and architectural products, including its stylish terrazzo flooring, as well as fixtures, wall paneling, columns, façades, stairs, room dividers, planters and table screens. The company adds that it even has the capacity to print entire buildings. 3D printed flooring by Aectual at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam At the foundation of Aectual’s work is its mission to provide sustainable options for interior design and architecture. All of its products are printed […]
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