Exhibitions, talks & collaborations.
Project updates & events.
The One Coffee Cup a Day project exhibited at the Ceramic Event VII in Brussels alongside with a fantastic collection of contemporary ceramic artworks by worldwide artists.
Cunicode was invited at the first 3D Printing Conference in Hong Kong, where I shared some thoughts on how 3D Printing is changing the design industry.
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.
Happy to appear at this nice video featuring the 3D Printing technology and people behind their service.
Produced by Shapeways.
This mont’s Wired Magazine comes with a nice cover story about 3D Printing,
And three of the coffee cups are displayed as an example of design for 3D Printing, in ceramics.
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.