Ornate 3D-Printed Baroque Room Contains 80 Million Surfaces [Pics]

Ornate 3D-Printed Baroque Room Contains 80 Million Surfaces [Pics]
Design

Super complex 3D-printed architecture creates a structure that mimics old-world design.

Ross Brooks
  • 19 june 2013

As the popularity of 3D printing continues to spread – architects are no different from anyone else, looking for new ways to apply the technology.

Benjamin Dillenburger and Michael Hansmeyer are two such architects who recently revealed a scale model prototype for a hyper-complex 3D printed room they plan to create. They plan to unveil the even more complex full scale model on July 22nd.

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