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Eric Klarenbeek’s ’Mycelium Chair,’ a 3D printed chair with live growing fungi
Studio Eric Klarenbeek most recent project is the myceliumchair, a chair in which 3D printing and growing material are combined.
Designer Eric Klarenbeek interest is combining materials in unexpected ways. Klarenbeek is exploring ways of making 3D prints of living organisms, such as mycelium, the threadlike network in fungi. He uses experimental raw materials for printing material: organic substrate for mushroom growing and bioplastics. Working with scientists, Klarenbeek has printed a chair from straw, with a thin coating of bioplastic. Once it is mature it should be strong enough to support a person. The chair is a metaphor for what can be achieved with materials and production methods.
Thanks to: CNC Exotic Mushrooms, Wageningen UR ⋅ Plant Breeding ⋅ Mushroom Research Group, Beelden op de Berg
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This is the best motivation quote I ever read
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When you mix the original drawing by Tetsuya Nomura with the CG Version released for the PS VITA port of Final Fantasy X (HD Remaster) you get the following.
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