When technology and design collide, there are often amazing outcomes. For the architecture and engineering firm edg , one such result of technology-driven design is the Synthesis 3D collection.
This portfolio of cast-concrete furniture and wall paneling was developed with, and named after, edg’s own 3-D printing software, which has vast design and customization capabilities, as the new collection makes abundantly evident.
The firm already had considerable experience incorporating 3-D printing into the design process. Beginning with a focus on building restoration, edg used 3-D printing technology to fashion intricate molds used to repair historical façades found throughout New York City. The result was edg’s Modern Ornamental collection of façade designs inspired by the city’s architecture. The success of that collection propelled the development of the firm’s own program, Synthesis. The Tutu table. Photography courtesy […]
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