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Iris van Herpen’s Wilderness Embodied Collection is Unveiled in Paris and Includes Her First Hybrid 3D Printed Dress

Iris van Herpen’s Wilderness Embodied Collection is Unveiled in Paris and Includes Her First Hybrid 3D Printed Dress | 3D Printing and Fabbing | Scoop.it

"Iris van Herpen unveiled her Wilderness Embodied Collection to great acclaim in the impressive entry hall of the Palais de la Découverte in Paris. As the show was held in a building which celebrates scientific progress of all kinds, it is fitting that she yet again explored new terrain in 3d printing by creating her very first hybrid dress."


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Yale Professor and Students Create Major Project for Architecture Biennale

Yale Professor and Students Create Major Project for Architecture Biennale | 3D Printing and Fabbing | Scoop.it
"This year's Venice Architecture Biennale includes a major project developed by architect and Yale School of Architecture Professor Peter Eisenman.

Assisted by Yale School of Architecture Director of Exhibitions Brian Butterfield, and working with Materialise, a global leader in 3D printing and fabrication, and artist Pasquale Bonfilio, the students have created a highly detailed, gold-leafed, 3D-printed model at the scale of the original etching—the first of its kind. The students’ expansive study of Piranesi’s architectural inventions, titled “The Project of Campo Marzio,” will be displayed alongside the model."



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Growthobjects's comment, December 17, 2012 6:42 PM
Yale students recreate Rome in gold, with 3D printing http://www.3dprinter.net/yale-students-recreate-rome-in-gold-3d-printing
Siyann's comment, December 22, 2012 2:04 AM
Awesome!