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by Aaron Britt last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:19 AM
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by Aaron Britt last modified Sep 13, 2010

by Aaron Britt On Saturday, Industry Gallery in Washington DC opened the show Nature/Data to showcase the work of Italian-born, New York–based architect and furniture designer Antonio Pio Saracino. Taking the intersection of natural forms and hi-tech manufacturing, Nature/Data reflects one of designs most promising current fascinations: channeling the structures found in nature through the latest in computer-aided design processes. The result, in Saracino's case, is a small cache of furniture that owes a clear debt to both ends of the nature-data continuum. Have a look at this slideshow comprised mainly of seating for a glimpse into what the future of your living room just might look like.The show runs through October 30th.




 

 

Nature Data Cervo Crop

by Aaron Britt

On Saturday, Industry Gallery in Washington DC opened the show Nature/Data to showcase the work of Italian-born, New York–based architect and furniture designer Antonio Pio Saracino. Taking the intersection of natural forms and hi-tech manufacturing, Nature/Data reflects one of designs most promising current fascinations: channeling the structures found in nature through the latest in computer-aided design processes. The result, in Saracino's case, is a small cache of furniture that owes a clear debt to both ends of the nature-data continuum. Have a look at this slideshow comprised mainly of seating for a glimpse into what the future of your living room just might look like.The show runs through October 30th.

 

 

 
 
 

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