The selective laser sintering process enables complex objects to be created from plastic powder, which is gradually fused into a solid form by a computer-controlled laser.
Melka-Teichroew's original collection explored ways of producing jewellery with joints made from balls printed inside larger balls – see our previous story on Jointed Jewels
The necklaces and bracelets combine geometric forms with delicate detailing that would be impossible to manufacture in any other way.
Other interesting jewellery projects on Dezeen include Matali Crasset's designs featuring miniature figures and a collection made from elastic bands – see all of our stories about jewellery here
- Toggle Toggle by Dong-yeop Han
- Empty Memory by Logical Art at The Tempo…rium
- Liquid Tape Cutter by Kouichi Okamoto fo…r Kyouei Design
- MYo1 and MYo2 Reverse Collection by Mich…ael Young
- Runaway lamp by Nika Zupanc
- Plantation pots combine hand-thrown porc…elain with discarded glasses
- Wall of Flame by Frederik Roijé
- Izabela Bołoz's Intersections modules i…nterlock to form street furniture
- Baklava by Claesson Koivisto Rune for Ö…rsjö Belysning
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