A 3D-Printed Installation, Made With Sustainable Bioplastics, Debuts at Milan Design Week


Originally published on Metropolismag.com

Fashion brand COS commissioned the 3.2-ton structure, which was designed by London-based architect Arthur Mamou-Mani.

Amid the chaos of Milan Design Week, the garden and courtyard at Palazzo Isimbardi is something of an oasis. Located behind the 16th-century palazzo’s austere stone facade, both are a calm sun trap, with the latter peppered with fir trees. They also proved to be an ideal spot for London-based architect Arthur Mamou-Mani’s 3D-printed installation, dubbed Coniferawhich was commissioned by the fashion brand COS for the design fair…

Originally published on Metropolismag.com

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