Despite being quite aware of the versatility in use of 3D printing technology, its yet always a nice surprise seeing how different people us it. This time it is 3D printed rugs that have caught our attention.
Studio Plott showcased their line 'Crossing Lines' as part of their 'Open Rugs' collection at the annual London Design Festival. The 3D printed rugs are made using polyamide fiber in geometric shapes and required a custom made 3D printer for the job,
The founders of Studio Plott had this to say about their line: " The designs are a clear visualization of our fascination with technology, traditional craft, geometric pattern, colour and shape. Each pattern has its own playful interplay of lines where the open mesh arrangements and bright colors create a visual dialogue between the rugs and their underlying surfaces."
Check out their website to view the full line.