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Lacquered Paper-objects by nendo


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From nendo:

A small container created using a 3D printer that cuts, stacks and pastes sheets of paper one by one.

We finished the surface with lacquer. The lacquer adhered thickly to the edges of the accumulated paper, and pulled at the paper’s surface, resulting in a mysterious texture like wood grain.

Lacquered paper-objects will be shown at the Nilufar gallery at 32 via della Spiga 20121 Milano during Milan Design Week 2012.

Photos: Hiroshi Iwasaki.

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