London-based fashion brand COS has announced that the French architect Arthur Mamou-Mani will create a 3D printed bipplastic pavilion for its eight consecutive display during Milan Design Week 2019.
The installation will be housed in the 16th-century courtyard of Milan's Palazzo Isimbardi and its surrounding garden. The pavilion will be built using 3D printed bio-plastic modules, generated through an open-source software that uses parametric design. Each module will use an algorithmic process that ensures structural suitability and optimizes the amount of material used.
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"We are inspired by the way Mamou-Mani’s work opens up new opportunities in design," says COS creative director Karin Gustafsson. "The considered use of renewable materials and...