After finishing the first version of 'Flow' I decided to design another one with organic voronoi cellular structure. I've started with the solid version of 'Flow', then I applied the voronoi vertex coloring algorithm in Meshlab for all the shells of the fluid geometry. It took about 40 hrs to 3d print it, and another 20 hrs to finish and sand/polish the 3d printed parts. After glueing them together, they've been painted with acrylic paint and mounted to the lamp base.
Find out more on my blog: http://parametric-art.com
3D printing filament supplier for this project: http://gigamax.hu
Music: iamyank - Surfing At Midnight (free download here: http://soundcloud.com/iamyank/surfing-at-midnight)
I was lucky enough to be asked to film a documentary about MIT’s Architecture Program. They are making some incredible advances in the realms of architecture and design that will hopefully push towards a more beautiful and functional living spaces.
Client: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MIT Producer: Skylar Tibbits / S JET
Film Producer: Chris Jennings / MINDER