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“We have deconstructed the traditional plant pot and put it back together in a literally more transparent way. The clear plastic body reveals the water, soil, and roots of the plant, allowing you to witness firsthand the mechanics of plant growth. And great for all those travellers…. you only need to water it once a month.” Patrick Morris, Designer


Building Bytes: Brian Peters’ 3D Printed Ceramic Bricks Can be Used in Large-Scale Construction

Brian Peters, co-founder of Amsterdam-based Design Lab Workshop, has been working with 3D printers for many years now, so he knows how use then to make just about anything—even building blocks for construction. Through a six-week residency program at the European Ceramic Work Centre, Peters developed a series of 3D printed ceramic bricks that can be used to build walls and custom structures. The result of his work—Building Bytes— is a system that uses portable 3D printers to operate as on-site brick factories for large-scale construction. Peters debuted his work earlier this week at Dutch Design Week.