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Voronoi Dress, Biomimicry Collection

It was designed by threeASFOUR and Travis Fitch. Its medium is ensamble (2), patterned swatches (21), video.

Guided by an interest in the energy of natural forms, fashion designers threeASFOUR, in collaboration with Travis Fitch, have examined geometries rooted in nature to find new ways to wrap the human body. In translating these complex patterns into garments, the designers have used 3D printing to achieve new material possibilities in their clothing.

It is credited Courtesy of threeASFOUR in collaboration with Travis Fitch and Stratasys (Eden Prairie, Minnesota, USA, founded 1989).

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