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"Reaction" LED Lamps -  | 3D Print : lighting . Beleuchtung . luminaires | Design: Nervous System |

I love the biomimicry of these lamps - finger prints, corals, leaf veins. Reaction Lamps - LED lights by Nervous System.

A 3D Printed Helping Hand - 5 Designs of 3D Printed Hand Braces - Tessa's Weekly Picks - Make it LEO

A 3D Printed Helping Hand - Tessa's Weekly Picks

A Printed Helping Hand - 5 Designs of Printed Hand Braces - Tessa's Weekly Picks - Make it LEO Maybe something for Printer Chat?

Conceptual Textiles Design - textured gloves translating human skin into material using innovative surface techniques // Renee Verhoeven

May 2016 - Conceptual Textiles Design - textured gloves translating human skin into material using innovative surface techniques // Renee Verhoeven

Chair by Lilian van Daal replaces upholstery with 3D-printed structure

Chair by Lilian van Daal replaces upholstery with 3D-printed structure

Dutch designer Lilian van Daal claims can replace traditional upholstery techniques to produce furniture more sustainably in this Dezeen movie

Beauty in "Sea Glass". I want to wear just this one color forever...kidding-still gorgeous, though. WATERMAN

UNDER THE SEA Beauty in "Sea Glass". I want to wear just this one color forever.kidding-still gorgeous, though.

Microscopic plant cells

Memory can be aided through beauty because it stimulates and encourages memory. 'Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells' emphasises Patterns, texture, colour and can even evoke pattern inspiration.

University of Stuttgart unveils carbon-fibre ICD ITKE Research Pavilion based on beetle shells

University of Stuttgart unveils woven pavilion based on beetle shells

University of Stuttgart unveils carbon-fibre pavilion based on beetle shells - example of biomimicry

Occupying and connecting. Frei Otto. The image above by Otto supports his argument that human spontaneous networks of urbanity follow similar patterns to ones formed in nature through the structures of leaves, insect colonies or soap bubbles.

Occupying and connecting. The image above is provided by Otto in support of his argument that human spontaneous net.

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