Joel Gustafsson

Joel Gustafsson

Joel Gustafsson
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Versatile, downloadable 3D printed joints for customized DIY furniture

Hungarian industrial designer Ollé Gellért developed a collection of printed small joints able to connect bigger parts from different materials.

Coakan yang berbentuk trapesium membuat sambungan-sambungan dapat miring sehingga membentuk lengkungan

Coakan yang berbentuk trapesium membuat sambungan-sambungan dapat miring sehingga membentuk lengkungan

Using existing materials in new ways is part of the foundation of design — designers are always experimenting with materials.  And that’s what architect Doris Kim Sung, assistant professor of architecture at the USC School of Architecture, is currently doing with her “Bloom” 20-foot tall undulating installation in Silver Lake, Los Angeles made from 14,000 tiny sheets of metal that opens and closes with the sun.

Architect Doris Sung studies thermobimetal - two thin sheets of metals, each with different expansion rates, laminated together. When the temperature rises, the metal sheets curl up. When it gets cooler, the sheets flatten out.