Studio Plott’s 3D-Printed Polyamide Rugs Showcased at London Design Festival

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Dutch design studio Studio Plott showcased 3D printed polyamide rugs in a variety of triangular-type shapes at the London Design Festival September 15-23. The rugs are available in 10 colors and were included in special Dutch exhibit appropriately named Dutch Stuff, which featured the work of 25 Netherlands-based design studios.

Studio Plott, based in Eindhoven, was founded by designers Rudi Boiten and Mirieille Burger. Their project was entitled Crossing Lines. Together they have investigated the possibilities of digitally printed geometric patterns and surfaces, converting traditional techniques such as stitching, weaving and knitting to more modern technologies. They create their own machines to fabricate the textiles, depending on the needs of each project.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


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