Gallery: Digital Grotesque: World’s First Full-Size 3D-Printed Room to ...

 
The team designed the small space using subdivision and mesh grammars, and because of its complexity they say that the room contains 80 million surfaces. "The architectural elements of digital tectonics are microscopic: algorithms articulate millions of surfaces into forms, and printers now bind millions of grains of sand to stone," they explain.

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  1. samba June 18, 2013 at 10:31 am

    i wish all of you a happy printing – maybe you should ask a plasterer to do this in lesss time? not everything that is possible in 3d is good by nature

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