Body-Informed 3D Printing

In cooperation with Pauline van Dongen, Wearable Dynamics, and TU/e

3D printable fabric structures were designed that when stretched, produce an optical and auxetic effect. When worn on the body, movements can result in rich and expressive effects.

Body-Informed 3D Printing

In cooperation with Pauline van Dongen, Wearable Dynamics, and TU/e

The fabric structures were developed into a sleeve and 3D printed with materials of graded flexibility using a multimaterial 3D printer.

T-Y-Z Light

Client: Sparkon

The cover of the T-Y-Z table lamp is customizable and 3D printable on any home printer. The transparent material scatters the light like a crystal while the structure minimizes material usage and is printable without supports.

T-Y-Z Light

Client: Sparkon

Home 3D printing allows for interchangeable covers of different color and shape that together with a different bulb create entirely different moods.

Fountain design

Client: Nimr

Design concepts for fountains to be built in Doha, Qatar. The shapes are based on desert dunes and dhow sails, and modified using custom generative design algorithms.

Ovid facade

Client: Heijmans

Ovid is a proposal for a 3D printed building facade. Through a generative design algorithm, each element of the facade can be altered based on the environmental requirements for that part of the facade.

Plica

Client: Aurora Jewels

Plica is a conceptual design for a ring that one can 3D print at home. Physiological data stored in the cloud, such as activity and stress levels, are used every day to generate a ring that reflects your physiological patterns from yesterday. This offers opportunities for reflection as well as changes in activity and mindset. After getting out of bed, turn on your home's 3D printer, hit the 'print' button on the Plica app and your ring for the day will be finished as soon as you are ready to leave.