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  • MakerBot Stories | How Architects Can Build a City of Ideas

    Buildings designed today may not open for a decade, so architects make models to help people understand the future. Before presenting ideas to the clients, governments, and communities who must buy into (and pay for) their vision of the future, architects need to envision it themselves, through sketches, computer renderings, animations, and physical models.

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    W Scott Allen, an associate architect and designer for Perkins+Will, an architecture firm that has seven MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printers.

  • The Generative Freeway Project [2013] | Matthew Sleeth

    The Generative Freeway Project [2013] is part of ISEA2013 at Tin Sheds Gallery, University of Sydney. The Generative Freeway Project is a self-generating sculptural installation that ‘builds’ itself by way of a prototype 3D printer. The work moves from a near empty gallery to the completed sculpture over the exhibition period: it is part robot, part performance and part durational installation.

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    Matthew Sleeth, world renowned artist based in Melbourne utilized MakerBot 3D Printers for The Generative Freeway Project, a self-generating sculptural installation that ‘builds’ itself by way of a prototype 3D printer.

  • Architecture

    Perkins + Will

    W Scott Allen, an associate architect and designer for Perkins+Will, a global architecture firm that has seven MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printers in its offices.

  • Art

    Matthew Sleeth

    The Generative Freeway Project ISEA

  • Education

    RMIT University

    RMIT University, Advanced Manufacturing Precinct

  • Fashion

    Francis Bitonti

    With the translucent top of the dress, Bitonti “wanted to bleed the body into the atmosphere.” Its austere, wintry spirit also brought out the iciness in Paru, who’d been warm and chatty while she waited for Bitonti and the Bristle Dress to arrive.

  • Product Design

    Ringblingz

    "What you’re looking at here — this tiny space — is a product innovation hub,” says Phelps.

  • Research

    Cadalyst Consulting Pty Ltd

    A case study by Warren A. Reilly of Cadalyst Pty Ltd on the use of Claytools for artistic sculture and design.

  • Sport

    Rod Laird

    Custom brackets to display road wheels

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