3D Print Tech Company, Aectual, recently made a debut at Salone Del Mobile with an exhibit at Ventura Future with DUS architects and a collaboration with Mae Engelgeer for Wallpaper Handmade. Both exhibits showcase the company’s bespoke 3D printed floors with terrazzo infill.
The 3D printed floors are created in a sustainable and circular manner with the help of their state-of-the-art robotic and software technology. Their smart building products, which include interiors, façades and even small houses, can easily be customised.
The 3D printed floors with terrazzo infill at Salone del Mobile are entirely bio-based and combine sustainable production with endless design possibilities. The technology enables designers to have custom artwork terrazzo on large floor surfaces where each square metre is unique.
DUS architects is known for their 3D printed architecture. The main exhibit at Ventura Future included a “palette of stools” by DUS, where colours and infills enabled the audience to touch the bio resin material combined with natural marble stones. Also on display were a number of large flooring samples of recently printed floors, including one of an installation at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport that was 900m².
For more information, visit www.aectual.com, to which full thanks and acknowledgement are given.
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