L'ABATTOIR de PLASTIQUE Bangles by Johan Hermijanto
by Harry / March 5, 2013
Melbourne-based architect Johan Hermijanto has created a series of five geometric micro 3D printed bangles, all with the same base structure but each triangulated differently to generate five different surface patterns.


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"This means that they will always align/match up whenever different bangles are stacked." says Hermijanto.

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"These bangles are the result of rigorous testing and working closely with the machine to produce the best possible output consistently."

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"They have been refined to work within the limitations of accessible 3D printers to produce covetable objects."

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"L'ABATTOIR de PLASTIQUE is driven by the belief that design can create and add value to an otherwise ubiquitous/disposable material (plastic)."

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"Since this is the slaughterhouse of plastic, all our products are deliciously vacuum packed like sausages." More at L'ABATTOIR de PLASTIQUE.

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