New collection of vases uses machine-led design
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Iraqi-born and UAE-based architect and designer Layth Mahdi makes products that challenge the boundaries of art, science and technology. His work investigates the relationship between the beauty of materials and the elegant precision of advanced production processes, digital fabrication methods and robotics. His first collection, debuted during Dubai Design Week, was generated by algorithms and fabricated by robots. Mahdi's collection, dubbed Ripple, is made up of vases and tables that were cut from Vermont and Georgia marble. The products were first designed using parametric modelling. They were then cut using water jets by an industrial robotic arm at the Quarra…
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