Seam Table by Krøyer-Sætter-Lassen | VDF x The Mindcraft Project

Krøyer-Sætter-Lassen was founded in 2016, and the studio works in different fields of design. For The Mindcraft Project, the studio explored how a 3D concrete printer can change the way we understand design and crafts, and how excess concrete from the construction of the Copenhagen Metro can be reused.

“3D printing has, for a while, been an essential part of our design process when making models,” the studio said. “For The Mindcraft Project 2020, we have been experimenting with 3D printing in concrete.”

The result is the Seam Table, which consists of a tabletop in aluminium, which is kept in place by a body in concrete, mounted on a wooden base.

By intentionally affecting the machine and the concrete, the designers have created coincidences and inaccuracies in the material that result in a 3D-printed design that has both human and tactile qualities.

Read more on Dezeen:

The Mindcraft Project 2020

Exhibition by Copenhagen Design Agency
Exhibition design and visuals by Wang & Söderström
Photography by Anders Sune Berg
Videos by Michael Sangkoyo Gramtorp



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