These modern concrete benches by Berlin-based design firm Studio 7.5 and Parisian 3D-printing gurus XstreeE is another example of the steadfast development of technology. The pieces were made with a six-axis 3D-printing robot that graced the project with impeccable precision. To reach an intricate woven pattern, the machine was programmed to print in alternate layers, while "moving in a continuous oscillating wave."
Simply titled 'Make,' the modern concrete benches come in three designs. The robotic component to the manufacturing process proved to be a cost-effective endeavor as it allowed Studio 7.5 to reach a final product with a pattern that would have been extremely difficult to create with a mold. In addition, thanks to the efficiency of the product, the modern concrete benches were created with no excessive use of materials.