Presenting an updated book and new robotic printed sculptural screen at 'Design in the Digital Age'

Aug 28, 2017

Furniture generated by algorithms, a fully functional 3-D printed steel bridge and chairs that can be downloaded from the Internet. These are but a few examples of the ingenious oeuvre of designer/inventor/artist Joris Laarman. From Sept. 27 through Jan. 15, 2018, Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum will present the exhibition Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age. Organized by the Groninger Museum, the Netherlands, the acclaimed exhibition will make its U.S. debut at Cooper Hewitt and travel to the High Museum of Art in Atlanta and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Design in the Digital Age shows work from Joris Laarman Lab from 2004 onwards, including achievements like the iconic Bone furniture, Maker chairs,  Dragon bench and the MX3D bridge project. New to the exhibition is his latest work: Gradient screen, an object generated with the same algorithm and scale as the bridge which explores the current boundaries of robotic digital fabrication. 

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