3D printed champagne glasses (unique editions) by DUS Architects, € 20,- per glass.
In the Arcam shop we only sell white champagne glasses, made from PLA (bio plastics produced from corn). Please send your order to email@example.com (webshop will open soon).
The world’s first 3D printed Canal House is being build with the support of this item. It is a unique project where an international team of partners collaborates in ‘research & doing’ linking science, design, construction, community and art by 3D printing architecture in the heart of Amsterdam. It is built by the KamerMaker (RoomBuilder), which is a movable pavilion that can 3D print entire rooms of plastics. Its 3D print technology is based on an enlarged Ultimaker™ 3D printing machine.
Based in Amsterdam, DUS Architects make public architecture – design that consciously influences everyday life. DUS designs things that make you feel at home in the world – from your favorite coffee mug to the neighborhood that you live in. To DUS, architecture is a craftsmanship, and all their work has a personal touch. As is shown by their most recent project, the 3D Print Canal House, where they are 3D printing an entire house as research into how new digital fabrication techniques can lead to affordable tailor-made architecture.
The office builds ‘Public Architecture’: design that consciously influences our daily life. This social significance shows at all levels of DUS’ work, ranging from large urban strategies to outdoor breakfast designs. DUS sees architecture as a craftsmanship and combines research and design with a ‘hands on’ approach and unique use of materials.