Complex shapes and impossible designs
Nagami: futuristic furniture with 3D printing
This month our magazine has a futuristic air brought by the Spanish furniture company Nagami. Today we show you their original furniture made with 3D printing and robotics.
“Nagami is a design brand which explores the future of product design in a new technological era”, this is how this company from Ávila defines itself as a company that breaks with standards.
Its founders: Manuel Jiménez García, Miki Jiménez García and Ignacio Viguera Ochoa, sought to create daring and sustainable designs. To do so, they relied on research and innovation. This originality led them to create pieces for galleries and museums such as the Pompidou Centre in Paris, which has the Voxel Chair v.1.0.
On the other hand, they have already collaborated with renowned designers such as Daniel Widrig, Ross Lovegrove and Zaha Hadid Architects. This last collaboration gave rise to the Rise and Bow seats. These collaborations are also challenges that put Nagami’s technology and processes to the test to surpass themselves in their day-to-day work..
This furniture made in 3D goes beyond “push the print button”, it is a process in which the human factor continues to have a relevant weight, since as in any company there is a previous process of design, printing, and manufacturing orders and even production control.
What sets this furniture apart from the rest are its characteristics in a very creative design: very geometric patterns, complex shapes and organic lines that cannot be manufactured using traditional methods. Thea result? Pieces of furniture that, as well as being functional, generates great visual interest, resembling sculptures and contemporary works of art.
The phrase “a picture is worth a thousand words” is most appropriate in this case. Here are some of the products:
Nagami brings the future to our days through its unique creations. New ways of producing furniture that open a whole world of possibilities. Do you dare with this furniture of the future?