3D printed eames lounge chair by kevin spencer
jun 20, 2013
3D printed eames lounge chair by kevin spencer


3D printed eames lounge chair by kevin spencer
all images courtesy kevin spencer


 

similar to designboom’s coverage of the world’s first 3D printed personal miniature figures in japan, designer kevin spencer has created an eames lounge chair replica in 1:20 scale using rapid prototyping techniques. available as a set with both the lounge chair and the ottoman, the printed mid-century furniture piece features details such as three molded plywood shells – which are 3D printed in color – the armrest, seat pan and backrest including grooves and texture seen in charles and ray’s leather upholstered cushions.

 

 

designer kevin spencer has created an eames lounge chair replica in 1:20 scale using 3D printing techniques

 

 

the scale replica is available as a set with both the lounge chair and the ottoman

 

 

the model highlights details such as the three molded plywood shells and leather upholstery

 

 

 

 

[h/t] mocovote

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