Our Additive Manufacturing / 3D printing research and experimentation has started in the late 90’s. We have many years of experience working with a wide range of SLS, DMLS, SLA and FDM technologies. Having tested most of the materials in the market, we are fully aware of their durability and characteristics. We can improve performance through our digital design strategy and circular industrial approach. In the centre of the studio’s developments is the digital object as file, before it is physically produced. Opened to users’ input, the digital object can be produced using a wide range of additive layer manufacturing (widely known as 3D printing) with a mix of mass production solutions. Aesthetics, adaptation and reconfiguration of forms are essential elements in flux of this new product design workflow.