The capabilities of 3D printing are being realized as new products like this office furniture design denotes by the beautiful topographic aesthetic. Designed by Troy Huang, the desk features a scale model of Manhattan with each and every building and landmark accounted for.
Using glow-in-the-dark filament, Huang printed the desk interior and laid it underneath an inlay of glass. This enables the desk to be a workstation, but also an art piece that can be admired by the worker or those admiring it from afar.
The office furniture design was achieved by using 3DS Max and Rhino software. The final result is a desk that offers a precision aesthetic and that will have one longing for a trip to the Big Apple.
3D-Printed Topographic Desk
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