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3F Studio designs a 3D Printed Façade for Munich’s Deutsches Museum

09:00 - 5 March, 2019
3F Studio designs a 3D Printed Façade for Munich’s Deutsches Museum, © nuur.nu
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3F Studio has designed a 3D-printed façade destined to serve as the new entrance of the Deutsches Museum in Munich, Germany. The German-based startup, founded by Moritz Mungenast, Oliver Tessin and Luc Morroni, originates from the research project Fluid Morphology, a multifunctional, translucent 3D printed façade application, developed at the Associate Professorship of Architectural Design and Building Envelope at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

3F Studio specializes in 3D Printed performative architecture and design. The computational-based design process allows for “environmentally informed architectural design” and integrates functions such as ventilation, insulation, and shading already integrated into the new façade.

3D Printing: Translucent building facades with integrated functions . Image © Andreas Heddergott / TUM © nuur.nu © nuur.nu © nuur.nu + 11