Joris Laarman Lab

  “The red line that runs through all of my work [is that] everything I do has to have a functional reason for why it looks the way it does,” says Joris Laarmen. Combining functionalism, which is often associated with … Continue reading

Friday Finds!

  Upon reading a story in the NY Times about design  earlier this week we were inspired to contemplate the idea of copying vs. reinterpreting.  These reinterpreted 18th century Chinese vases by Studio Droog’s are part of the New Original Project collection – an … Continue reading

Patrick Jouin

ONE_SHOT.MGX STOOL, 2006 This stool by Patrick Jouin is entirely 3D printed (aka stereolithography), using a process called laser sintering. This means it’s all self contained, one piece, no assembly required. It is printed (including hinges) in ‘one shot’! 3D printing enables the … Continue reading