OTHR debuts 3D printed housewares by leading creatives during NY design week
 
OTHR debuts 3D printed housewares by leading creatives during NY design week OTHR debuts 3D printed housewares by leading creatives during NY design week
may 13, 2016

OTHR debuts 3D printed housewares by leading creatives during NY design week

OTHR debuts 3D printed housewares by leading creatives during NY design week
(above) ‘birdhaus’ by claesson koivisto rune | available in matte black and gloss white 3D printed porcelain
all images courtesy of othr

 

 

 

during new york design week 2016OTHR debuts a brand of 3D printed objects for the home in collaboration with some of the world’s leading designers. the line ranges from a birdhouse by claesson koivisto rune crafted from 3D printed porcelain, to a candleholder set by sebastian bergne made in black 3D printed steel. at its launch, OTHR presents 12 products, with an ever-expanding roster of internationally-recognized designers revealed on a bi-weekly basis. the new brand aims to evolve the use technological manufacturing from novelty to mainstream, by forming a retail platform for functional and decorative objects for the home.

 

OTHR is founded by new york-based designers joe doucet, dean disimone, and evan clabots. its team of designers — both established and up-and-coming — include doucet and clabots themselves, along with fort standard, brad ascalon, sebastian bergne, claesson koivisto rune, jonah takagi, philippe malouin, todd bracher, everything elevated, michael sodeau, and paul loebach.

OTHR new york design week
‘minimum’ candleholder set by sebastian bergne
crafted in matte black 3D printed steel

OTHR new york design week
‘connection’ vessel by philippe malouin
a deep vessel crafted in 3D printed steel available in a matte black finish

OTHR new york design week
‘little o catchall’ by paul loebach
a circular catchall available in matte black or gloss white 3D printed porcelain

OTHR new york design week
‘time in’ serving plate & knife set by michael sodeau
plate comes in matte black or gloss white 3D printed porcelain / knife is 3D printed polished silver or 18k plated gold

OTHR new york design week
‘univers series’ office set by brad ascalon
a modular system for the office made in matte black or gloss white 3D printed porcelain

OTHR new york design week
‘EE juicer’ set by everything elevated
graphic set of juicers in small, medium and large in gloss white 3D printed porcelain

OTHR new york design week
‘double’ vessel by jonah takagi
available in matte black or gloss white 3D printed porcelain

OTHR new york design week
‘kyou’ sugar bowl, circular spoon & creamer by todd bracher
sugar bowl, creamer and spoon crafted in matte black or gloss white 3D printed porcelain/ spoon 3D printed sterling silver or 18k plated gold

OTHR new york design week
‘cru’ cake spatula & knife set by joe doucet
cake set is crafted in 3D printed bronze, available as part of as set

OTHR new york design week
‘ico’ bottle opener by fort standard
crafted in 3D printed bronze

OTHR new york design week
‘ipseity’ wall hook (square set) by evan clabots
set of three wall hooks crafted in 3D printed polished gold steel

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