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Decorate your home with 3D Printed Furniture

by Aubrey Andel

Furniture produced by a 3D printer may disappear before we even have the chance to own a 3D piece because 4D is on its way! 3D printing, the process of layer-by-layer additive manufacturing, has been around since the 1980s after all. So here’s a roundup of 3D printed furniture to set your sights on before these futuristic furnishings are turned into relics at a museum’s collection of once upon a time’s.

A lotus-shaped Bloom light opens its petals and closes as a bud.

A lotus-shaped Bloom light 3d printer

Dutch designer Dirk Vander Kooij uses old, melted down refrigerators in his Pulse Chair to give us a glimpse into the future of recycling.

Dirk Vander Kooij uses old refrigerators in his Pulse Chair_3D printing

Illuminate and transform your walls with patterned nature scenes with 3D printed lighting.

3D printed lighting, nature-inspired

This Gaudi-inspired chair is from another Dutch designer, Bram Geenen.

Gaudi-inspired chair 3d furniture

The Root Chair by architecture teacher team Kol/Mac is crazy cool and a fitting resting place to dream up all kinds of ideas about the future.

The Root Chair by architecture teacher team Kol/Mac, 3d printing

A butterfly pattern gives wings to side tables that would be perfect with a cup of tea atop.

A butterfly pattern gives wings to side tables that would be perfect with a cup of tea atop them.

These gorgeous lamps are created based on an algorithm on how leaf veins are created.

algorithm on how leaf veins are created 3d lamps

Rest on The Seat Slug by Raek San Fratello Architects.

Rest on The Seat Slug by Raek San Fratello Architects.

Furnish your living room with an entire collection of Multithread 3D furniture.

Multithread 3D furniture

If a chair, or an entire collection of 3D furniture isn’t enough for you, how about a 3D printed house? You simply click the pieces together and you can assemble your house in 24 hours. London-based Softkill Design has come up with this amazing prototype.

3D printed house by Soktkill Designs

3D printed house by Soktkill Designs

Like thinking about all the combinations that can be created in a room by using unique furniture? Go to myWebRoom.com to check out all the items that are ready for you to place in your virtual webroom. It’s a visual platform for browsing the web and social bookmarking!

myWebRoom's Dubai Virtual Room

myWebRoom’s Dubai Virtual Room

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  1. Pingback: The Wonders of 3D Printing | Not Another Techy Blog

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