Model No. was founded to rethink and elevate our experience in the spaces we design and inhabit. We design and make furnishings that harmonize with the space, lift the human experience, and eliminate our impact on the environment. Our collaborators - architects and design professionals - see the problem: Building and the turnover of commercial interiors generate well-over a third of the world’s CO2 emissions and an endless stream of waste. With these mission-driven partners, we create spaces we want without the waste. Circular at our core, Model No. achieves this through elevated design, regenerative and biodegradable materials, and 3D manufacturing.
Quality and affordability is out #1 priority. We want to offer items that you would be proud to have in your home, and that your children can purchase with their allowance money. We are also proud to say that all of our products are made of a plant based filament that is produced here in Canada only.
We like to think of ourselves as a modern bottega, combining technological production and craftsmanship. Our design, both internal and for third parties, is based on an approach that pays equal attention to the macro and micro scale, to the design context as well as to detail, and which, with an inductive method, develops its solutions from everyday needs and experiences. Three-dimensional printing with its potential and continuous evolution is our superpower.
GROHE is a leading global brand for complete bathroom solutions and kitchen fittings and has a total of over 7,000 employees in 150 countries – 2,600 of them are based in Germany. Since 2014 GROHE has been part of the strong brand portfolio of the Japanese manufacturer of pioneering water and housing products LIXIL. In order to offer „Pure Freude an Wasser“, every GROHE product is based on the brand values of quality, technology, design and sustainability.
Recozy is an innovative design brand that focuses on circular and sustainable production of design objects. These are made from mostly recycled materials and are produced in an energy-efficient and resource-saving manner using 3D printing.
PROTOTYP3 [pro•to•type] is a concept engineering studio specializing in design and manufacturing for large format 3D printing. We pioneer the hybridization of new digital and physical workflows — creating exponential evolution.
JK3D was founded by Julia Koerner and creates digitally crafted designs utilizing cutting-edge design technology from the company's solar-powered 3D printing lab in California. The company creates products from renewable materials which are also biodegradable.
PrintFaom is a fast-paced additive manufacturing (AM) startup in the Milwaukee metro area. The company spun out of MIT in 2016 with the aim to create lighter and less expensive 3D printed parts by leveraging the power of foamed materials. With a portfolio of proprietary materials and technologies, PrintFoam has delivered solutions to customers in the automotive, aerospace, defense, oil and gas, and construction materials sectors. PrintFoam has been the recipient of numerous competitive awards, including the MIT Sandbox Innovation Fund, Radiation Technology Association's RadLaunch award, and National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation and Research grants.
Fitchwork is a collaborative design studio working across architecture, fashion and product design. Driven by an obsession with pattern, the studio combines geometric research with novel design and fabrication tools to create radical-yet-rational forms
CityGard is miniature garden around waste containers to prevent garbage next to the container but also to upgrade urban spaces in order to create happy, connected and meaningful places. Next to that it stimulate biodiversity, buffers rainwater and reduce CO2 by using unused m2.
We enable designers and companies to realize tailor-made designs at any scale in any building. Together we set a new standard in large scale bio-based 3D printing, towards a more personal, beautiful and sustainable future.