From cookie cutters, vases, gardening collection to coat hangers, lamps and kitchen utensils, it seems that 3D printed homeware is all the rage these days. New York designer Joe Doucet, referred to as “the Living Blueprint for the 21st Century Designer” by Forbes, recently used the technology to create a new collection of 3D printed homeware for a brand new exhibition at the city's Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum.
Doucet designed 3D printed multi-section, grayscale cookware, cutlery, service and storage cabins specifically for the museum's doily design: dining display. The understated yet attractive collection, according to a statement from Doucet, was “designed with limited resources in mind” in order “to represent dining in the 21st century.
The 3D printed household goods range also promotes cross-cultural dining, as it also includes a set of chopsticks as well as more typical western cutlery.