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3D printing: The future of commerce?
Freeform fabrication, or 3D printing, could change the nature of commerce, moving production from the assembly line to your backyard.
Made of paper
Material magic: Nendo's "Lacquered Paper-Objects" are made by combining layers of paper, using 3D printing techniques.
Order to print
Silicone, chocolate, cheese and concrete are just some of the materials the Imagine 3D printer can use to print shapes.
Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen's "Escapism" collection pushes the boundaries of fashion and technology with 3D-printed design.
A table lamp resembling a nuclear bomb cloud was created using 3D printing techniques.
Lighting the way
Karim Rashid’s Cross Lamp consists of countless small figures joined together to create an iconic symbol.
A new machine allows users to make beautiful clay sculptures without ever coming in contact with the muddy material.
Design Indaba Expo 2010: Winner of the 2009 Most Beautiful Object in South Africa, this year NOMILI has pushed 3D printing even further.
The craft debate
Browse an interesting selection of effective and inspired indoor spaces.
We look forward to welcoming renowned graphic designer Paula Scher on to the stage at Design Indaba Conference 2013.
A worldwide overview of the freshest farming innovations and dreams.
Functional, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing. Here's a look at the creations of some of SA's hottest young furniture designers.
Pleasure comes in many, multiple forms in this overview of sex-related creative produce, compiled by Maciek Dubla.
Fashion & Jewellery Design