The WikiHouse platform allows people to design, download and 3D-print or CNC-mill components for building houses and environments. 00:/ used it to create workspace at Hub Westminster, shown below.
Architects 00:/ previously designed digital advert-covered offices to straddle Old Street roundabout - see our earlier story here.
All photographs are by Lynton Pepper.
Here are some more details from 00:/:
WikiGlasses by Lynton Pepper
London architect and designer Lynton Pepper from 00:/ has designed a pair of customisable, self-assembly architect's glasses that are ‘printed’ from 18mm plywood utilising a CNC milling machine.
The glasses were made in order to fill up the unused areas of ply sheets used by 00:/ to produce their WikiHouse design at the Hub Westminster. The furniture at the Hub Westminster was also designed and made by 00:/ using the same process.
The WikiHouse project is a web platform designed to be an open source construction set that allows anyone to design, download, and ‘print’ CNC-milled houses and components that can be assembled with minimal formal skill or training. Each pair can be designed, drawn, plotted and slotted together within an hour.
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