Patrick Jouin. One_shot.MGX Stool. 2006

Patrick Jouin One_shot.MGX Stool 2006

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Jouin utilizes selective laser sintering (SLS), a particular type of 3-D printing, to produce the entire seating surface, legs, and hidden integral articulations of this stool in just one shot (hence the object’s name). With this stool’s array of rods and its simple, elegant twist—fabricated in one manufacturing step—Jouin has created an innovative seating typology.

Gallery label from Design and the Elastic Mind, February 24–May 12, 2008.
Manufacturer
Materialise NV
Medium
Laser-sintered nylon
Dimensions
25 13/16 x 3 15/16" (65.6 x 10 cm)
Credit
Gift of the A+D Circle
Object number
450.2006
Copyright
© 2018 Patrick Jouin
Department
Architecture and Design

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