Posted on 16 February 2016 by Super User
An architect transformed into digital craftsman, is the idea of ARks3d (in Monreale, Ciambra) that with the help of 3D printing creates original and unusual home accessories, but also environmentally friendly fashion jewelry and objects. Rosanna Romano, architect and project manager, explains: "We design accessories to the table and jewelry, from vases to lamps, from shoes to underwear, it is a total exploration, whose limit depends on the size of the printer print 3D ". The architect, after graduation studied at ASA College of New York, then attended the Domus Academy in Milan, for which she obtained a master's degree in Product Design. She worked as a designer in Milan at the studio of Giovanni Levanti. She moved to Copenhagen, working for Afuture, deepening the aspects of sustainability, in terms of design, working processes, construction and technological innovations. "Here comes the interest in the 3d print - she adds - with experiments on new sustainable materials to the printing process itself, analyzing advantages and disadvantages, environmental impacts as well as sociological and future predictions." In 2014, she returned to Sicily founded with her partner aRks3D, working and experimenting new technologies and 3D techniques, creating a collection of self-modeled and self-produced projects.
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