Apr 10, 2013
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From a press release
issued by CRP Group
Generative Design and Sustainable Mobility. CRP is on stage at Fuori Salone 2013
CRP will take part in the Design Week 2013 with two important projects related to design and sustainable mobility.
Inside Tortona District three masks designed by Do The Mutation, made in Windform LX 2.0 and 3D Printing will be displayed. These masks come from the scanning of faces thanks to a software called Collagene. The complexity of the shape of the masks shows how Windform materials together with the technology of 3D Printing can create aesthetically functional prototypes and objects.
The idea and the software come from the work of young designers of Bologna: Do The Mutation.
Masks will be displayed inside the venue [Re]vive at Alzaia Naviglio Pavese 16, Tortona District.
The exposition will be open from 11 to 14 April from 12.00 am to 9.00 pm.
Video of the masks:
The other project that CRP is presenting at the Design Week in Milan is related to sustainable mobility. Energica will be hosted on the ceremony evening on 11 April at EastEndStudios of Via Mecenate. A venue dedicated to smart&green projects which is organized by the architecture review ADM with the collaboration of Performance in Lighting, a lighting company devoted to design products. During the evening well-known architects will tell their experience like they were actors on a theatre stage. So will CRP with the presence of Energica that embodies CRP’s idea of two wheels sustainable mobility.
Do The Mutation:
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