Works & Projects
A service to turn wonderful drawings into awesome figurines; nice looking designer objects to decorate the home and office with a colorful touch of wild creativity.
Children drawings are weird and beautiful.
Kids produce an immense amount of drawings that populate fridges, living rooms and workspaces of parents, family & friends.
Those drawings are amazing, we love them.
One Cup a Day project is an experiment on creativity and rapid manufacturing, by ideating, designing, modeling and making available for production and purchase a coffee cup within 24 hours, everyday during one month.
Ongoing design exploration to identify the aesthetics and possibilities of Additive Manufacturing processes in jewelry production.
Experimenting with a wax 3DPrinter,
the designs are then casted in silver and machine finished.
An ongoing collection of 3DPrinted toys based on a 3DScan of a real teddy bear combined with textures and modeling deformations. Each Jana model lives digitally in a server, and they are teleported to the physical world just when needed. The toys are made on-demand, they don’t exist until they are bought.
On the path to get the perfect 3D-Print, many meters of filament get piled up as discarded disappointments,
as bastard objects that never were,
as unborn half-things…
… and they are beautiful.
Ongoing research on structures & lattices to enhance SLS 3D-Print properties.
3D printing allows for the creation of shapes and volumes never possible before,
thus, materials might behave differently when presented on new shapes.
During one week, Barcelona hosted hundreds of events that gathered a talented crowd around digital fabrication, 3D printing and open and accessible technologies.
Cunicode participated at the Fab Festival, showcasing some pieces and projects.
Barcelona city council published fab@bcn a guide compiling makers, designers, collectives and startups working on the fields of digital fabrication, and cunicode is proud to be part of the publication :)
Playing with Glow-in-the-dark silly putty at the Institute of Making at the University College London.
Additive Manufacturing for final products mights reduce the product development time and costs due to the immediacy of the production process, creating an opportunity for the product design industry to design tools and systems to create products with parametric values and custom-defined features.