HANNAH is an experimental design and research studio working across different scales varying from furniture to urbanism. both digital design and fabrication technologies are intrinsic to their work, facilitating new material methods, tectonic articulations, environmental practices, technological affordances, and forms of construction.
HANNAH for their latest project, HANNAH has turned waste wood into a 3D-printed structure called ashen cabin, that reflects how new manufacturing methods can help to make useful what we think is waste. ‘in our projects, we aim to mine the tension between machine means and architectural ends,’ comments HANNAH. ‘we reclaim authorship over processes of construction that influence the way we can build — or perhaps ought to build in the future.’ the ashen cabin is located in a forest in ithaca, new york. the beauty of it […]
Creality has teamed up with Naomi Wu (aka SexyCyborg) to create the 3DPrintMill CR-30. By using a heated belt rather...