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After the devastating fire in the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris late april 2019, CONCR3DE published an article proposing a redevelopment strategy using binder jetting 3D printing and the remaining rubble of the lost spire of the cathedral. The article was shared worldwide, in papers like Le Figaro (France) NRC (Netherlands) and design blog Dezeen. Our proposal can be found here.
Architect Thom Schreuder developed this prothesis for a lost fireplace in a Slot Schaesberg, a castle in Limburg. For the ‘Slotlab’ project, 2 designers collaborated with CONCR3DE. The Slotlab results will be published in the fall 2020.
‘Hypneromachia Naturae’ is a sculpture developed for the exhibition “Beauty Before Wisdom” in the Tiroler Landesmuseum under Bart Lootsma’s chair at Faculty of architecture of Innsbruck (UIBK). Production was done by CONCR3DE
In collaboration with MAEID architecture from Austria a large coral was developed and printed. The total piece consists of 16 pieces that are fixed together to form a smooth, 1 meter tall sculpture. Its design was based on a growth algorithm and the print was carried out in white stone. The sculpture was presented at Dutch Design Week 2019.
Prototype for Zaha Hadid Architects. This prototype is a test case to use printed stone for Zaha Hadid Code, the research arm of the architecture firm. It was presented at Dutch Design Week 2019 and is developed by CONCR3DE, ZHCode, PIMAR limestone and prof. Giuseppe Fallacara.
CONCR3DE was challenged to print this coral shape lamp with a unique material: salt, harvested from the ocean. We created a salt based material system and were able to print this design object with very low material cost.
#NEWPALMYRA is an attempt to save the wonders of the destroyed ancient Roman city of Palmyra in Syria for the next generation. Using CONCR3DE technology a segment of the infamous Arch of Palmyra was recreated.
By using 3D printing, costs were reduced 25x. The print was completed in 4 hours.
A Rotterdam based architect used parametric design tools and CONCR3DE technology to prototype this bus stop in his home city. The prototype was made using grey and white stone at 1:50 scale.