a project led by keter plastic group in collaboration with “objet” 3d printing, as part of a fund raiser targeting high-risk youths.

The new technology of 3D-printing liberates a designer’s opportunity for artistic expression from the shackles of the means of production,
seeing as 3D-printing faces nearly no formalistic limitations. 3D-printing technology joins forces with the new element of virtual,
computerised-design, whilst also tapping into its incredible ability to express one’s visions and ideas through mathematical geometry,
drawing inspiration from organic shapes and thus, achieving a level of complexity that is positively unparalleled.