The 3DS Culinary Lab in Los Angeles is a new facility from the global leader in 3D printing. Focusing on the culinary applications of 3D printing technology, the venue will serve as an office building as well as a learning hub.
Situated along Melrose Avenue in a 1920s era neo-classical building, the 3DS Culinary Lab will serve as a memorable introduction to the futuristic concept, given that it has likely been inaccessible to mainstream consumers up until this point.
Designed by local architecture firm Oyler Wu Collaborative, the space is defined by a glass-encased two-story 3D food printing room. As well, a demonstration kitchen allows individuals to see the preparation process after the food has been printed. In Short, the 3DS Culinary Lab is a perfect place for those attending Trend Hunter’s Los Angeles innovation conference to experience the future of food production.
The 3DS Culinary Lab in La is an Office and Educational Hub
Rebecca Byers — March 10, 2016 — Tech