3D printing technology has finally entered the world of mainstream design – and Germany-based LimeMakers just unveiled a cutting-edge line of 3D-printed products at this year’s London Design Festival. The start-up works with fashion and product designers to create unique, conceptual pieces that will knock your socks off!
At this year’s DesignJunction show LimeMakers unveiled “thought provoking collections” designed by three internationally renowned interior designers – Wieland Schmidt, Corneel Cannaerts and Michiel Cornelissen. The exhibition features a number of products 3D-printed in a variety of materials ranging from ceramic to nylon and metal. The designers’ home collection features a beautiful green fruit bowl, dazzling geometric lamps and tubular vases, and the exhibit provides a glimpse into the future of digital production.
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LimeMakers is boldly staking its place in the international design world by working with various artists in the fashion and product design sectors. The emerging label is less than a year old, but it’s already producing incredibly stylistic collections using cutting-edge 3D technology. The LimeMakers exhibition will take place from September 17-21 in the 1960’s Sorting Office on New Oxford Street in London. If you can’t make it to London and would like a sneak peek at LimeMaker’s new line click here!
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