It’s called 3D painting, a layering technique and sophisticated process that results in the Macedonia fruit bowl. Numeric data is first elaborated on the computer, starting with the design, is then transferred to a special machine that creates the shape of the object by layering thin sheets of liquid polyamide. Then the piece gets finished by hand, the excess material removed with a brush and a air stream removes the dust. High technology encounters manual craftsmanship.
Janne Kyttanen was born 1974 in Hameenlinna, Finland. He started his industrial design
studies at the Escola De Disseny Elisava in Barcelona, then moved to The Netherlands and graduated from The Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. His experimental approach to technologies and materials has given a new direction to contemporary design.
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