The Sinterchair is considered the most
important furniture design by V + W. The Sinterchair was probably the first
piece of furniture that transferred a so-called 3D printing process to the
furniture industry. It was presented in 2002 at the Tendence fair in Frankfurt
am Main. Prior to this presentation, the designers had formulated a nine-point
manifesto. In this manifesto, they designed the vision of a "creative
post-capitalism" and called for the unconventional use of existing production
structures. At the same time they spoke of the "liquefaction of form"
and propagated the possibility of adapting objects to individual needs thanks
to digital production and producing them anywhere.
Designer: Oliver Vogt & Hermann Weizenegger
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