A forthcoming exhibition at the Appel Gallery in Berlin presents the new work of designer Hermann August Weizenegger. The Digital Couture work presents varied objects designed with rapid prototyping and traditional 'turning'.

A forthcoming exhibition at the Appel Gallery in Berlin presents the new work of designer Hermann August Weizenegger. Inspired by stratified rock, the Digital Couture work presents varied objects designed with rapid prototyping and traditional ‘turning'. The Erosio chair above is made of 900 sheets of paper that are added on top of each other to form a solid shape (with the help of four metal rods). The layers calculated on the computer which form the outer shape of the chair are threaded onto the round rods in an additive process. As they're not fixed, the paper can be gently moved and the shape modified. Weizenegger's site says about the work:

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