It’s time to say goodbye to manually creating bricks of unusual shapes for avant-garde structural designs.
Amsterdam-based architect Brian Peters has adapted his knowledge of 3D printing onto the architectural landscape by successfully programming a desktop 3D printer to create ceramic bricks for architectural structures through his “Building Bytes” initiative.
Peters combined his 2-year background in 3D printing with a six-week residency at the European Ceramic Work Center to experiment with printing ceramics of varying shapes and sizes, from stars to polygons, using a custom extrusion head for the printer. Peters says:
via PSFK – Don Michael Acelar De Leon
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