by Adrian Aini February 05, 2016

 

Written by Dan Howarth via dezeen.com

 

A team of students at the Bartlett architecture school have developed a technique for 3D printing complex curved structures, and used it to build a set of intricate chairs.

Team CurVoxels – made up of Hyunchul Kwon, Amreen Kaleel and Xiaolin Li – set out to create a new method of using robots for large-scale 3D printing.

Working under the direction of tutors Manuel Jiménez García and Gilles Retsin, the team started with used cantilever or S-shaped chairs by designers including Marcel Breuer and Verner Panton as their starting point.

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