Shapemode a leading 3D design and 3D printing studio based in Milan, Italy, is working with 10 pioneering Italian designer to explore the possibilities offered by use of generative software for a concept “ReMesh” at Salone del Mobile in Milan.
The continuing search for optimized shapes passes through generative design. Algorithm generated forms come from parametric modeling. The path to the future of making things passes through digital tools in the workspace 3.0. A combination of these elements enables us to enjoy the symbiosis between classic and 3D printed products.
Taking place both at Workspace3.0 area of the Salone del Mobile fair and at the Future of Making Things for Fuorisalone, /sim×bi×ò×sys/ will use high resolution Creaform 3D scanners to bring real products into the virtual world and parametrically remesh them. A new, generatively designed product will be brought back into the physical world through networked, high resolution XFab 3D printers.
Workplace 3.0 @Salone del Mobile 2017
The Future of Making Things @Fuorisalone 2017 Laboratorio Formentini per l’editoria, Via Marco Formentini 10.
Gum Design – http://www.gumdesign.it
OAF Design – http://www.oaf.design/about
Studio Lievito – http://www.studiolievito.com
Studio Nine – http://www.studionine.it
Dodo Arslan – http://www.arslan.it
Marco De Masi – http://www.marcodemasi.com
Stefania Lucchetta – http://www.stefanialucchetta.com
Salvatore Saldano e Anita Angelucci – http://www.shapemode.it
Cristian Visentin – http://cristianvisentin.com
Alessandro Zomparelli – http://www.mhoxdesign.com
The Salone dedicated to the workplace has taken on the new designation Workplace3.0, an innovative exhibition area devoted to design and technology in workspace planning. Workplace3.0 is a confirmation of the show’s vocation to the exploration of brand-new approaches, forms and solutions to the workplace “of the future”, in which the human factor and smart technologies have a vital role.
Workplace3.0 2017 occupies 10,000 square meters of exhibition space and host 110 exhibiting companies working on solutions that dovetail with the new ways of working and the new design requisites for “inhabiting” the workspace.
The Future of Making Things
Technology is expanding the limits of design and imagination. Today’s dominant technology trends—cloud computing, mobile technology, social connection, and collaboration—are driving businesses and consumers to fundamentally rethink how we design, make, and use things. Explore the Future of Making Things – from furniture to medical implants to buildings and airplanes. See how generative design software can help design the perfect chair Get a glimpse of what air travel might be like in 2030 with the concept plane from Airbus that uses bionic structures to inform optimal design Learn how ARUP, leading consulting & engineering firm, uses generative design for perfectly optimized design Discover how Within Medical uses evolutionary algorithms that mimic nature to make better medical implants Give shape to your ideas, with Shapemode new paradigms of design and prototyping are now possible thanks to the extraordinary potential of additive manufacturing.
ShapeMode (www.shapemode.it) is a Milan, Italy, based design, product development and rapid prototyping studio operating primarily within biomedical and jewelry custom production. Our primary objective is to help companies streamline their creative processes through technological innovation and advanced manufacturing tools.