The Polyhedron stool is a 3d printed stool that has an interaction of a closing flower. Except for one CNC processed metal component, every part is made through the 3d printer, allowing individuals to produce and reproduce themselves within small amounts (leading to numerous variations). When a flower sets, its petals gather (twirling inside). The ends go up, and the height gets changed. As grabbing its head, rotating the upper part makes pillars move and escalates the stool. The four gears inside convert circular move vertically, making the pillar's end rise.
This elegant clothes hanger provides solutions to some of the biggest problems - the difficulty of inserting clothes with a narrow collar, the difficulty of hanging underwear and durability. The inspiration for the design came from the paper clip, which is continuous and durable, and the final shaping and choice of material was due to the solutions to these problems. The result is a great product that facilitates the daily life of the end user and also a nice accessory of a boutique store.
The main idea of the designer was bring through simple elements, such as rocks, the aspect of durability and resistance that the product needed, directly approaching its use and the customers lifestyle. The added crystals serve to bring a highlight to the main object, giving a mystical air arousing the curiosity of potential customers.
Georgia is an open toe 3” block heel with a flexible 3D printed sole that feels like a sneaker and looks like a clog. The platform combines a traditional insole, midsole, outsole, and shank of a high heel into a single 3D-printed platform that embodies the performance requirements of each of these layers within a complete construction. Inset into the platform is a woven mesh of lattice that acts as a dynamic form of supportive cushion. To top it off, a soft leather upper that comes with two interchangeable strap options.
Standard designs for a table this heavy would require a thick section under the tabletop. Artificial intelligence presents a powerful tool to search for structurally more efficient design strategies to deliver radically new aesthetics, producing zero wastage in the fabrication. Using precise 3DPrinted sand molds, the three unique legs are cast in bronze and manually polished, creating sophisticated effects of nuanced reflections under changing light conditions. AI Table showcases how digital design can foster creativity and pragmatism.
This 3D project was realized in order to capture the atmosphere and aura of the old Tunisian city center. Based on a real alley in the old downtown of Tunis, all variations of textures and degraded surfaces have been done manually. The main goal was to achieve some photorealistic renders that tell a story and engage the viewer in a mixed feeling trip while exploring different CGI renders moods and experiment new shading and Texturing workflows.