New work on show at Milan Design Week 2018

New work on show at Milan Design Week 2018

Dear Collectors, Journalists & Design Enthusiast!

Philipp Aduatz is pleased to announce his participation at this year’s first edition of Ventura Future taking place during Milan Design Week 2018. For this year, Aduatz and startup company incremental3d from Innsbruck/Austria teamed up for a group exhibition to show innovative and experimental applications of construction materials in product design. There will be new experimental unique pieces like the “Gradient Tiles Chair” or the “Cloud Chair” by Philipp Aduatz on display as well as realized other projects designed and produced by incremental3d. The main project of the exhibition will be a 3D printed concrete chaise designed by Philipp Aduatz and developed in collaboration with incremental3d.

Therefore, Philipp Aduatz would like to invite you to this exhibition which will take place from April 17th till April 22nd at Via Paisiello 6, Milan, Italy.


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Digital Chaiselongue
2018, Prototype, Concrete 3D printed, carbon fibre reinforced, polyurethane coating
The sculptural design language is realized by the use of an innovative digital fabrication technology that allows to 3D print very detailed concrete geometries in a very fast time to show a new application for furniture design.
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Gradient Tiles Chair
2018, wood, plastering, metal, brick, 10.000 stoneware tiles glazed
The idea started after Aduatz completed the refurbishment of his studio when he had numerous building materials left which remained unused. Because he did not want to discard them he decided to create an experimental chair with them.
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Cloud Chair
2018, wood, wire, polyurethane foam, epoxy and polyurethane resin, glass fibres, lacquer
The idea of the Cloud Chair is to use the natural expansion of a polyurethane foam used in construction for insulation. The concept is to create a cloud or steam like geometry by the foam process directly applied out of the can.
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See you there!

Philipp Aduatz
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