Interactive NYC Store Installation Puts DIY Design In The Hands Of Shoppers

Interactive NYC Store Installation Puts DIY Design In The Hands Of Shoppers
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STORY, the Chelsea boutique is focusing on interactive design and manufacturing for their latest interactive retail exhibit.

Karen Summerson
  • 10 october 2012

STORY, the fashionable store in Chelsea, opened its latest installation, “Making Things”, on Saturday. Featuring a host of DIY stations and projects, the boutique partnered with GE to feature machines like MakerBot, where visitors can make their own designs come to life. The best part? It’s free of charge to the public — guests can bring design files and make objects with the laser cutters, injection molders and 3-D printers to take with them.

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