Fungus-Filled Chair Fuses Living Organisms With 3D-Printing [Pics]

Fungus-Filled Chair Fuses Living Organisms With 3D-Printing [Pics]

Eric Klarenbeek’s Mycelium Chair was 3D-printed using living fungus, which grows inside of the piece to give it strength.

Daniela Walker
  • 22 october 2013

The sculptural Mycelium Chair by Dutch designer Eric Klarenbeek is a seat that was created using fungi, straw and 3D printing technology. The development of this new durable material merges futuristic technology with biological processes.

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