How to build your own Green Design from scratch?
That’s exactly what a team of students from the Australian National University have done, building a Green Design in their spare time, with their own 3D printer.
The students, who are working in collaboration with Professor Brian Brown, are building a prototype of a Green Fabric, using an acrylic-like material called Acrylic Fabric.
They have already built a prototype version of the Green Fabric and are now working on a final version.
In the meantime, the team has built a new version of their own Green Fabric that can be used to print any material that they need, including textiles, textured plastics and more.
The project started in April, with Brown providing the students with a 3D model of the material.
The team then used the model to build their prototype, which they’ve called “the green fabric”.
They have used the prototype to build three other prototypes, all of which were able to print out the exact same product.
The final prototype, printed on a 3-D printer, can be attached to any object, including a sofa or table, and is able to bend and bend and also stretch.
“The process of building this design has been really inspiring,” Brown said.
“We’ve had a couple of people come in and say ‘I’m interested in building this because it’s different’.
It’s really inspiring to see what people can do with this stuff.”
Brown said he was inspired by the use of a “blueprint” to design buildings, to make them out of wood and metal.
“In my view, building is the most important aspect of designing,” he said.
The design has also inspired the students to start their own design studio.
“I want to work with my students to create their own designs, and I think this is a really important way to engage with your students,” Brown added.
Brown hopes to have their own green fabric printed and sold in the near future, and said it’s important to make sure students know that the materials used in Green Fabric are suitable for building, not just to decorate. “
It’s really important to have the students create something that they think is important to them.”
Brown hopes to have their own green fabric printed and sold in the near future, and said it’s important to make sure students know that the materials used in Green Fabric are suitable for building, not just to decorate.
“What people don’t realise is that building is not just a building activity,” Brown explained.
“When we do this in the classroom, we are making something for the classroom.”
Brown has been working with students at the University of Western Australia to develop a Green Pattern, a textured, flexible, and lightweight fabric that can easily be woven into fabric and woven into furniture, so it can be worn as an accessory or hung up for a night out.
“You can see that students are using the fabric in a really creative way,” Brown told Next Big Futures.
“They’re weaving it into the fabric and then they’re sewing it onto the fabric.”