Mario Romano is a Santa Monica-based designer and manufacturer of decorative CNC-carved Corian walls. Romano has created some beautiful and very unique relief patterns and architectural cladding systems. Continue reading mario romano
An incredible media lighting system installation named “Aurora” by Electroland was realized using advanced parametric design, digital fabrication, and 47,000 RGB LED pixels from Philips Color Kinetics. And wonderfully, Electroland presents numerous process photographs and an amazing video recorded from the design, … Continue reading electroland’s aurora project
Parisian designer and interior architect Noé Duchaufour-Lawrence has caught my eye with several projects that elegantly demonstrate the transition of architectural lighting systems from discrete, inanimate objects to interactive embedded luminous systems. Dezeen recently covered an installation titled Naturoscopie II … Continue reading noe duchaufour-lawrence
MATSYS is an San Francisco-based design firm established in 2004 by Andrew Kudless, an assistant professor at the California College of the Arts. Kudless is also a member of the Digital Fabrication Alliance. Many of the biomimetic forms they have created provide great inspiration … Continue reading matsys
You know you want to: Go ahead, reach out and touch the walls.
Interlam is a Virginia-based fabricator of three-dimensional, cut-to-order wall panels. Using thick sheets of various fiberboard products, they CNC router-cut panels with a variety of patterns of varying depth and relief. It is really amazing the impact one new tool, such as large-format CNC router tables, can have on the abilities of designers to infuse their spaces with new forms of visual richness.