Amorfea is a seating furniture made from 3D-printed ceramic bricks. The piece got its form from a digital process inspired by how certain fungi and amoebas grow, and it can now be seen (and sat on) at the wonderful sculpture park Kivik Art Centre in southern Sweden, operating at the interface between sculpture, architecture and nature. The project is a practical contribution to a discussion on how clay 3D printing could be used within an architectural context to produce morphologically complex and expressive building elements.

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