Danish art and design studio Wang & Söderström‘s new experimental mixed media series “Table of Contents 101” consists of design objects—vases, sculptures and pots—made up of varying materials characterized by myriad textures. The dynamic indexed range showcases the wobbly and bulbous to the structural and geometric.
Specializing in digital exploration and manufacturing, the design studio writes it first hand formed these funky, even cute, objects before transmuting them using 3D printing technology.
The handcrafted 3D models have been reproduced in physical form through 3D printing and are left deliberately unpolished to show the traces of this specific technique.
The mixed media 3D printed objects include biodegradable plastic, cork, wood and stone filaments.
Discover more of Wang & Söderström’s work on Instagram. The Copenhagen/Malmö-based design studio is made up of Anny Wang and Tim Söderström.
Photography: Beata Cervin.
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