3D Printing for interior design: Present and future.
by Laura S.
Last week, we talked about the irruption of 3D printing in design and the importance of digital manufacturing in the current landscape.
Today, we want to get even closer to see how the application of this innovative technique has translated into interior design.
3D printing has made industrial design easier for years, and it is now that it has taken a step further by using this extraordinary method to create 3D objects.
The possibilities for decorating and designing interiors are endless and the imagination is thrown out of its limits.
Design lamp 'Aalvor' manufactured through 3D Printing by designer and maker Francisco J. Gómez
Interior design: an impression of vertigo.
It is difficult for a piece of furniture or a piece of decoration to fit perfectly with the aesthetics of your living room or to decide between one object or another. The only solution would be to turn that idea that has been on your mind for a long time into reality… but of course, that wasn’t possible until now.
Thanks to the 3D printing and according to the style of each designer, countless variants and prototypes can be realized until the desired object is obtained exactly. Thus, our furniture will not only combine with anything in the home, but will be unique and inimitable.
Design vase 'Soul 4.0' made through 3D printing by designer and maker Francisco J. Gómez
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One of the biggest advantages of 3D printing is that it is a totally ecological method. Most of the materials it uses are recycled, so it also saves costs in terms of raw materials.
Every object that has been created using 3D printing is unique, and tells a unique story. This is the case of some Faberin objects that we present below:
Design lamp Lonelamp F by Javier Mañas
The Lonelamp F design lamp has been created to escape conventionality. Its 3D design is unique and inspired by the survival of Lone, a refugee who seeks his place in the world and who has a very special ability: to illuminate lives. This would be a success for the decoration of modern rooms .
Lonelamp F design lamp manufactured by 3D printing by designer and maker Javier Mañas
Design cup Don’t Cry by Lenka Kozic
This original mug features an eccentric design that distinguishes itself from any other. Thanks to the functionality of its drops make them serve as a support and at the same time as a support to catch it. It has been created thanks to a 3D printer, and it has a powerful and clear message that it wants to transmit: its shape symbolizes the milk that spills, but that could still be held in the hands.
Is there a better way to start the day?
Design mug 'Don't cry' made by 3D printing by designer Lenka Kozic
There are countless articles that have been created using 3D printing and that have the same purpose as these design pieces: not to leave anyone indifferent.
The possibilities are endless, if you have a story and want to play and experiment with a design until you surprise yourself, 3D printing is all you need.
Unique and unrepeatable designs
These proposals combine design with functionality, making these objects impossible to imitate.
In this way you will achieve a unique aesthetic in your home, forming part of each object and deciding on it down to the last detail… the 3D printing will save you time and money. Get ready to live in a totally original space and to open the doors to a new world of printing.
If there is a story you would like to identify with in your living room.
If you are looking for a furniture design concrete or just want to get out of the established interior design , 3D printing will be your best ally.
If you are a designer you will be able to upload your 3D designs, if you are a faber (manufacturer, maker) you will be able to make original 3D designs a reality and if you are a lover of design looking for unique pieces you will be aware of the latest novelties in furniture and 3D decoration. Do not hesitate, register for free at Faberin.
Words by Laura S.