Architect Arthur Mamou-Mani discusses the Aurora installation he created to coincide with the Design Museum’s Waste Age exhibition in this video produced by Dezeen for Dassault Systèmes.
Aurora, an architectural installation designed by Mamou-Mani in partnership with French design software brand Dassault Systèmes, currently occupies the atrium of the Design Museum in London.
The project coincides with the opening of Waste Age, an exhibition at the Design Museum that explores the relationship between waste and design.
As part of its Design for Life programme, Dassault Systèmes embarked on a collaboration with Mamou-Mani to explore circular architecture and demonstrate how 3D-printable materials can be manufactured sustainably and printed into structures that can be recycled or repurposed.
The Aurora installation demonstrates the findings of the research project, featuring a structure comprised of 3D-printed modules that are printed, broken down and re-printed on site.
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