Expand Life Artifacts by Paperna-Yaniv
by Ted Savage / February 7, 2014
DNA style: Expand Life Artifacts by Paperna-Yaniv are based on studies of shapes and structures found in nature, translated to 2D, precisely etched in stainless steel, then brought to life by expansion into 3D.


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Details: Variously in gold-plate, white gold-plate, and polished stainless steel. The unusual production process combines mechanical and manual work, using a high-precision photo-chemical etching technology, used to fabricate electronic and medical components, capable of <1mm resolution. No two artifacts are identical. Created by Israel Yaniv.

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Designer: Israel Yaniv is partnered with Roni Paperna, architects both, at boutique architecture/design firm, Paperna-Yaniv, located in Ramat HaSharon, Israel.

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Source: Photography by Yoram Reshef. Via MOCO Submit.

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