Title

Material ombrés

Publication Date

3-27-2019

Document Type

Article

Department

Design

Publication Title

Interiors: Design/Architecture/Culture

Volume

9

Issue

1

DOI

10.1080/20419112.2018.1504418

First Page

6

Last Page

10

Abstract

San Fratello VirginiaThis essay discusses 3D printed material ombrés created by combining clay bodies from different regions around the world. It focuses specifically on the Bad Ombré vessels designed by Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello and uses them as examples to illustrate how an object, through it's material gradient, can tell a story about politics, borders, geology and place.

Keywords

3d printing, clay, borders, ombré, materiality

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