The future of architecture can fit in the smallest room of your apartment. For decades, avant-garde architects have fussed over the tiniest details of furniture and fixtures. But this obsession with designing for the smallest spaces has now collided with the democratisation of modern technologies like open source 3D modeling and printing to produce a new kind of architecture that can fit in the palm of your hand, or the corner of your coffee table.
The designs of the Zayl family are characterised by architectural pillars that change their width as they adapt along the organic shapes of the objects. This creates a sturdy product with a dynamic texture that appears to be in constant movement.
Care and maintenance
Clean with a wet cloth or under running water, not in the dishwasher.
There might be tiny irregularities in the pattern.
Do not keep exposed to direct sunlight.
The object itself is not watertight.