NeoCon 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the International Interior Design Association. In honor of this monumental occasion, IIDA has pulled out all the stops with its booth designs and exhibits. This year, IIDA is collaborating with the exciting and up-and-coming designers from Unbranded Designs, and the latest evolution in manufacturing from The 3D Printer Experience.
It’s no secret that 3D printing is the future of product manufacturing and The 3D Printer Experience is leading the charge, bridging the gap between manufacturers and designers.
“Our goal is to democratize the manufacturing process so everyone can have access to it,” said Julie Steel, CEO and Founder of The 3D Printer Experience.
While The 3D Printer Experience is shaking up the assembling and manufacturing aspect for Designers, the ambitious company Unbranded Designs is revolutionizing the way designers are creating and innovating products before they hit the production.
By seeking out talented designers who are on the cusp of being highly recognized, Unbranded Designs is able to elevate the designers to the next level within the industry.
“Our purpose is the discovery and development of unique and innovative products and furniture space,” Said Samer Saab, Co-founder of Unbranded Designs. “There is so much talent out there when it comes to Designers. These people live and breathe spaces.”
The innovative spirit and mission of both companies are at the heart of why IIDA chose to collaborate with them for its 20th anniversary. The team effort involves both companies providing uniquely designed furniture that incorporates 3D-printed materials used to manufacture designs for the IIDA NeoCon booth and merchandise. It’s a great opportunity for all of the organizations involved, and one that has Saab particularly excited.
“With IIDA, we’ve been big fans for a while,” he said. “We’re able to get global feedback from the design community on our designs.”
To explore the potential of this new and growing technology on the world of Design, visit the IIDA booth at NeoCon 2014 (Booth #7-9040).