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Green Design, Products, Technology

Olivier Van Herpt Crafts Beautifully Functional 3D-Printed Ceramics

By Ana Lisa Alperovich, Wed, September 3, 2014

Olivier Van Herpt, 3D Printed Ceramics, Dutch design, Eindhoven, 3D machine, ceramics

Dutch designer Olivier Van Herpt has been experimenting with 3D printing for many years. But it wasn’t until he made his own machine that he managed to craft the imposing designs he imagined. Olivier created his own extruder and experimented with different types of clay before coming up with his stunning Functional 3D Printed Ceramics collection.

Learn more about this 3D-printed ceramics collection

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Architecture, Features, New Developments, People

oosten condos, huys penthouses, piet boon, karin heyn, piet ouldof, dutch design

Architect Piet Boon may hail from the Netherlands, but his status as a NYC starchitect is on the rise. Piet, who started his career as a builder, has over the years turned his practice to architecture and interiors, and today is a top choice amongst developers who want more than just a glass tower, but a building that promotes well-being through great design (oh-so-very Dutch). Piet recently sat down with us for an interview where he discussed everything from the differences he sees in Dutch and American design sensibilities, to his high profile Huys Penthouses project (which is almost sold out), to his new Oosten development for Williamsburg, to his definitively international style, which to our surprise he refers to as “barefoot chic.”

Read our interview with Piet here

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