Bitonti's studio frequently pushes the boundaries of additive manufacturing—the industry term for 3D printing—by collaborating with other designers and technology leaders. Bitonti designed these rainbow-hued shoes, part his "Mollecule" Shoe Collection, with the help of Adobe (for the necessary software) and Stratasys (for the necessary 3D printing technology).  Reasons to Attend Dwell on Design New York This Weekend by Dwell from Catch the 3D Printer of Haute Couture (and more) at Dwell on Design NY

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Sunday's panels, which include "From Passive Houses to Living Roofs: Green Design in the Heart of the City" with Julie Torres Moskovitz (Principal, Fabrica718), John Gulliford (Senior Associate, SHoP), and Dan Piselli (Associate Architect, FXFOWLE), "3-D Printing and Intellectual Design" with Francis Bitonti (Founder, Francis Bitonti Studio) and Duann Scott (Business Development Manager of Autdesk's Spark), "Smart vs. Safe Tech" with Chris Rill (Founder and CTO, Canary) and Scott Letterman (COO, Myfox), and "Retrofitting New York’s Waterfront" with Jeremy Siegel (Project Lead, BIG) and Gena Wirth (Design Principal, SCAPE).

Bitonti's studio frequently pushes the boundaries of additive manufacturing—the industry term for 3D printing—by collaborating with other designers and technology leaders. Bitonti designed these rainbow-hued shoes, part his "Mollecule" Shoe Collection, with the help of Adobe (for the necessary software) and Stratasys (for the necessary 3D printing technology).

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