Digitally Fabricated Furniture by Dutch Designer Joris Laarman

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May 26, 2014
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  Laarman's Diamond table from his Maker Series. Engineered to function like a three-dimensional puzzle, the series features chairs and tables made in tiny, interlocking pieces of resin, wood, plastic, or metal. Photo by Andrew Bovasso; courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
    Laarman's Diamond table from his Maker Series. Engineered to function like a three-dimensional puzzle, the series features chairs and tables made in tiny, interlocking pieces of resin, wood, plastic, or metal. Photo by Andrew Bovasso; courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
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  The public can customize Laarman's Maker chair (pictured here) by modifying the published blueprints of the chair, and also print it at home. Photo by Andrew Bovasso; courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
    The public can customize Laarman's Maker chair (pictured here) by modifying the published blueprints of the chair, and also print it at home. Photo by Andrew Bovasso; courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
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  A sketch of the Maker chair. Courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
    A sketch of the Maker chair. Courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
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  The molten stainless steel parts of the Dragon bench are printed mid-air using the MX3D printer that Laarman created. Photo by Andrew Bovasso; courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
    The molten stainless steel parts of the Dragon bench are printed mid-air using the MX3D printer that Laarman created. Photo by Andrew Bovasso; courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
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  Laarman's MX3D printer reproduces the designer's doodles in space. An algorithmic system ensures that each design generated is unique. Photo courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
    Laarman's MX3D printer reproduces the designer's doodles in space. An algorithmic system ensures that each design generated is unique. Photo courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
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  Laarman used digital algorithms to generate the aluminum Vortex Console and accompanying bookshelf. Photo by Andrew Bovasso; courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
    Laarman used digital algorithms to generate the aluminum Vortex Console and accompanying bookshelf. Photo by Andrew Bovasso; courtesy of Friedman Benda and Joris Laarman.
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