If you haven’t been there yet, the Holon Design Museum is a unique place. And for last night at least, the stunning post-modernist facade was perfectly set off by its contents – 70 (!) incredible 3D printed art pieces up for charity auction.
All the one-off pieces in this video were developed by a group of young designers at d-Vision – the design internship program of Keter Plastic – a world leading provider of plastic storage and furniture for the home and garden.
Once the designs were complete, Objet then 3D printed them and donated the finished results to ELEM and ‘Mifalot Chinuch Chevra’, both non-profit organizations working to assist at-risk youth with a range of social and educational development programs.
Also worth a peak is to see the same 3D printed art pieces being ‘grown’ in fast motion on the Objet 3D printer.
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