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Shaping the 3D future

Shaping the 3D future.

Which is the future in architecture? which is the next step in fashion? Many are wondering if we have reached a saturation point in both sectors. Movements and trends are repeated throughout time, and moreover today they are mixing up blurring their inbetween lines. So what’s the next day? Parametric design and 3d printing give freedom to the designers in terms of shape and form. The results are revolutionary not only in design but also in construction. Another crucial subject is the unconventional materials which make their appearance in buildings and attires, and let us wonder if the building has worn the dress.

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Shape in volume

Architecture: Auditorio de Tenerife in Canary Islands, Spain, designed by Santiago Calatrava

Fashion: Marta Jakubowski AW18

3D

Pattern (digital design) in skin

Architecture: Louvre Museum in AbuDhabi, UAE, designed by Jean Nouvel Architects

Fashion: 3D Pangolin Dress by Threeasfour AW16

Shape in volume

Architecture: Weiden+Kennedy offices in New York, USA, designed by WORKac

Fashion: Paco Rabanne SS2012

Architectural photography by Bruce Damonte

Metallics – Fringes in skin

Architecture: Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre, Sweden, designed by White Arkitekter

Fashion: Givenchy AW18

Material in skin

Architecture: Cow Barn in Basel, Switzerland, designed by F.A.B. – Forschungs – und Architekturbuero

Fashion: Vivienne Westwood SS17

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