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Miniature Sinterchair (Prototype)

Oliver Vogt & Hermann Weizenegger, 2002

The Berlin Studio Vogt & Weizenegger is considered one of the most important representatives of German Design in the 2000s. The Sinterchair is their most essential design, which introduced the 3D printing process to the furniture industry as a worldwide innovation. 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, including their vision of a "creative post-capitalism" and a demand for the unconventional use of existing production structures. The uniqueness about 3D printing: the technique is scalable; the miniature can be produced in the same Laser-Sinter treatment as the original. This feature gives extraordinary significance to the original design by Vogt & Weizenegger, as well as this limited and authorized miniature edition.

Designer: Oliver Vogt & Hermann Weizenegger

Scale 1:6

Material: Polyamid


Exclusive and limited Collectors-Edition of 30 prototypes of the last stock. As long as stock lasts. For an order, please contact shop@design-museum.de.

  • Designer:
  • Oliver Vogt & Hermann Weizenegger, Products
  • Size (l/h/w):
  • 128 x 83 x 74 mm
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