This summer 11 designers and artists are participating in an exposition called '3D' in Dutch Design Hotel Artemis. The exhibition shows a variety of 3D printed artwork and striking spatial product designs.

3D printing itself is not that new anymore, but still for many people very special. There are constantly developments in the world of 3D printing. Think of printing with other materials, faster and cheaper 3D printing, printing of ingenious designs and developing larger objects, but also taking away a logistics industry.

A sneak preview: Sjors Bergmans shows you the very first wearable shoe, ever made with a 3D printer. He developed this together with TNO (Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research). The latest technique is shown by Jannie Schmitz and Daan de Haan. In a partnership with Océ Canon they developed special 2.5 D artworks that are printed with an innovative technique.

The exhibition '3D' can be visited free of charge daily from 6 June till 7 September 2014 in Dutch Design Hotel Artemis, John M. Keynesplein 2 in Amsterdam. Special '3-dimensional' Food & Drink Design can be ordered in restaurant-bar 'De Stijl'.

Follow this and other exhibitions via the Dutch Design Hotel Artemis Facebook page. Here we highlight design and artworks of exhibitors and provide you with information about Dutch art and design related subjects and activities on a regular base.

Exhibitioners:

Daan de Haan & Jannie Schmitz | Layers | Modibo | Hegg | Vanessa van Tiggelhoven | Peggy Bannenberg | Ilse Vermeulen | Sjors Bergmans | Eric van Straaten | Robert de Niet | ADA3D | 3D Canal House

Follow this and other exhibitions via the Dutch Design Hotel Artemis Facebook page. Here we highlight design and artworks of exhibitors and provide you with information about Dutch art and design related subjects and activities on a regular base.