Based on three different robotocally 3D printed elements, it can be assembled into a plethora of spaces of different features, incorporating variations in structural performance, lighting and shading, or privacy filtering.
Its design is capable to adapt to any enviroment following structurally driven combinatorial algorithms. Once the composition is generated, each element is digitally processed for being mannufactured by robotically 3D printing.
From furniture to Architecture, Nectary emerges as a three dimensional pattern where porosity and colour dynamically change to offer a unique spatial experience.
Nectary was designed by Manuel Jiménez García and manufactured by Nagami for Digital Design Weekend, an event celebrated at Victoria & Albert Museum in September 2018, where works and installations of many artists, designers, engineeres and technologists coexist and explore Artificial Intelligence, Design, Human-Machine Interaction and potential future worlds.