Stephanie Benoit July 25, 2016

If some of you didn’t get the chance to stop by the “Making a Difference/A Difference in Making” exhibition at the BOZAR Center for Fine Arts in Brussels in 2015, don’t fear. The collection, always intended to be a travelling exhibition, will be on display at the iconic Red Dot Design Museum in Essen, Germany from the 27th of September to the 30th of October in 2016.

The exhibition will feature a number of objects which explore the potential of 3D printing. Curated by the renowned architect and researcher Marta Malé-Alemany, the collection brings together works of art, fashion, design, engineering and science – all of which push the boundaries of what is possible. But the exhibition doesn’t just focus on what 3D Printing can do. It also explores the deeper impact of a disruptive technology on society, individuals and the environment – in other words, how 3D Printing is making a difference.

We are honored to be able to bring this unique collection to the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen, one of the most highly reputed design institutions in the world. The Red Dot, home to the famous Red Dot Design Awards, takes everyday objects and allows visitors to discover what it is that makes them special – how design can augment an object’s beauty, functionality or comfort. We hope you will join us on a fascinating journey to learn about the potential of 3D Printing for improving design; and at the same time, improving the world around us. Interested in learning more about Making a Difference/A Difference in Making? Read about last year’s edition in the BOZAR!

The Fractal Table, by Jan Wertel Gernot Oberfell with Matthias Bär | © Stéphane Briolant Paris
The Fractal Table, by Jan Wertel Gernot Oberfell with Matthias Bär | © Stéphane Briolant Paris
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