form follows formula

These objects are part of a series of objects, some as wearable jewellery some as tableware, that have their origin in mathematics. Starting from 'minimal surfaces', complex equations have been altered to explore their aesthetic properties. Once satisfied with their 'form' CAD tools helped to translate these surfaces to solid forms. These forms were then build using 'fused deposition manufacturing (FDM)' rapid prototyping processes. This FDM process generates a somewhat rough machine surface that is highly intriguing pattern.



CSH, FDM, 2000, 282 x 188 x 46 mm, ABS with gold film deposition
photo J. Kuhnen
This brooch is build on Rapid Prototyping equipment and cast in Sterling Silver 000/925.
Dim: 11.5 x 66.4 x 52.9 mm

This brooch is build on Rapid Prototyping equipment and cast in Sterling Silver 000/925.
Dim: 11.5 x 66.4 x 52.9 mm.

DP Bowl constellation
ABS with white and yellow gold leaf

DP Bowl 2.6 177 x 160 x 72 mm, ABS with white and yellow gold leaf
Triple
1996, 233 x 228 x 140mm, Nylon

Samu, Dim: 301.3, 54.2, 201.9 mm. Mat: Composite Nylon /Glass
Samu, Detail, Dim: 301.3, 54.2, 201.9 mm. Mat: Composite Nylon /Glass
AhX 4 227.3 x 203.5 x 181.5 mm, ABS and Leaf gold
DoubleBowl 215.3, 118.4, 52.7mm, Composite Nylon /Glass
Gyroid 24210 x 196.5 x 96.5 mm, Bronze, Tin

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