3D printing and Milan Design Week

Milan Design Week 2012: A Very Successful Collaboration with Particule 14. Thank you!

Posted By on Apr 23, 2012 |

Today was the last day of the Milan Design Week. We were very glad to present our 3D printing technologies and vision on Design 2.0 the all week. 13500 attendees on Saturday!

As you know, Sculpteo and Particule 14‘s designers collaborated to explore possibles of 3D printing technologies for the future of design.

Let’s highlight today the three last pieces created by Particule 14 and available on the Sculpteo iPhone app and in the Sculpteo store of Particule 14.

Milky Tray by Marie-Christine Dorner

Milky Tray has been designed by French designer Marie-Christine Dorner and 3D printed in ceramics at Sculpteo. It is a set consisting of a bowl, a long plate and a pot. With Milky Tray taking a break is no longer the monopoly of kids. This set designed for snaking time is easy to carry at home or at the office. Time for a chocolate!

Marie-Christine Dorner is a French designer deeply influenced by her long-stays in Tokyo, London and Paris. She is an eclectic designer and a cosmospolitan interior architect working with embassies and consulates around the world as well as luxury brands such as Saint-Louis, Baccarat or Ligne Roset. With her collections, she signalled the beginning of new era: “material matters”. www.dorner-design.com

Luna Lamp by François Azambourg

Luna Lamp is a design playing with the versatility and aesthetic of 3D printing technologies. François Azambourg conceived the Luna Lamp as a set of rings that are ready to be assembled by the final user. Number of rings can be easily changed and adjusted. Luna Lamp fits the needs of the user by being entirely made of independent 3D printed pieces.

François Azambourg is a French designer who loves to experiment with new materials and shapes. He won multiple awards along his career and keeps innovating with new collections and exhibitions for international brands such as Ligne Roset, Domeau & Pérès, Poltrona Frau or Cappelini. www.azambourg.fr

Letter Cups by Cédric Martineaud

The Letter Cups of Cédric Martineaud are unique 3D printed ceramics. You can decide which letter you want to have on your mug, and create messages with your unique mugs collection.

Cédric Martineaud is a dancer and a designer combining fashion, graphism and scenography. His work gives a great importance to movements and gestures. Independent designer since 2004, he has been working on exhibitions for the Palais de Tokyo, Boffi Cuisine or Nivea.

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We wanted to say a great thanks to the nine designers of Particule 14! It has been a real pleasure to collaborate together on this ambitious design project. At Sculpteo, we love design and are very excited to keep exploring possibles of a new era for design using 3D printing technologies: Design 2.0

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