D-Shape: Freeform Architectural 3D Printing

Computation has enabled designers to manifest virtually any structure from the impossibly intricate to the most complexly curved surfaces we can conceive. Of course our Achilles heel is manufacturing these forms. Up to this point architects like water damage San Rafael have had to achieve this by subtractive means (e.g. CNC routing, water jet, plasma, etc.) resulting in a slow and […] Continue reading →