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Explore new aesthetics and forms that traditional glass manufacturing does not allow.


3D Printing Glass has began to change the architectural space as we know it.

With a large format 3D printer in development, you'll want to stay tuned for what's next!

Foster + Partners

5 custom unique pieces were generatively designed and produced within 4 days. These pieces were exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts in the UK.  

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RMIT Architecture
Tectonic Formation Lab

Glass 3D Printed Facade Prototype

Thanks to the Maple Glass team and their 3D-printing glass technology, it has made it possible for us to further explore different aesthetics characterised by layers, patterns, utilising recycled glass, and a surface amenable to 3D printing with high precision.” 

Konstantin Arkitekter - Architect

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ARUP - Data-Driven Design
& Fabrication Event

Designed by Brandyn Callahan and Phirak Suon Exhibited at the National Museum of Australia

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BVN Architecture

Glass 3D Printing has architectural application which we explored with BVN Architecture

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