Ready to print your own 3D room?

Isn't it awesome? It looks like that architects Michael Hansmeyer and Benjamin Dillenburger managed to develop a prototype version of the world's first 3D room, called "Digital Grotesque". Someone could say it looks like a cave, and not like the room one would think of living in. Actually it looks a lot like a cube and on the inside it has a... digitally mastered work of art as you can see in the photo below.


The two architects used a special algorithm to create this cube and the design of the rooms was made with the help of computers. They both work on a smaller scale model before going full scale and they work together with the ETH University of Zurich, hoping that their method will gradually create even more complex structures such as bridges and covers.

The "Digital Grotesque" made its first appearance at the Swiss Art Awards and Materializing Expedition in Tokyo last month proving that we can accomplish impressive things using 3D printing.


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