3D printing experiments with Warsaw studio uauproject

uauproject is a multidisciplinary design studio based in Warsaw, Poland. Founded  by Justyna Fałdzińska & Miłosz Dąbrowski, graduates from Industrial Design Faculty on Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. 

‘Currently our main interest is exploring and experimenting with consumer oriented 3D printing for use in the home production because we think it’s the future. We want to show that 3D printing is the best way to make good design accessible. We develop our products with passion and commitment, with only the best quality materials. Our environment is of utmost importance to us, so most of the materials we use are either biodegradable or highly recyclable.’ 

Batch.works collection. Image by Wild Minded.

Where did your love of design come from?

We’ve always felt that it’s the right path. It’s really awesome that you can design an object and actually use it.

uauproject x Batch.works Urchin Vase & Tealight Holder. Image by La Cabine de Margaux.
Batch.works collection. Image by La Cabine de Margaux.

What have you been working on lately?

We are developing new ideas of movement that are reflected in objects. We are also working on new wall lamp and ceiling lamp.

uauproject x Batch.works Urchin Tealight Holder. Image by Wild Minded.

How do you approach a new design?

We do sketches and exchange the ideas and then build something new out of it.

 

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Where do you find creative inspiration?

It is always good to look at the pieces made by the masters such as Gae Aulenti or Ettore Sottsass.

uauproject x Batch.works Urchin Vase. Image by Wild Minded.

Do you have any go-to books on art and design?

Maybe one, it’s a polish book about how various artists think about art and what is art for them, it’s very inspiring.

uauproject x Batch.works Urchin Vase. Image by La Cabine de Margaux.
uauproject x Batch.works Urchin Vase & Tealight Holder. Image by La Cabine de Margaux.

You collaborated on a new 3D printed with London-based 3D printer Batch.works, can you tell us about this project?

We’ve designed for Batch.works tealight and small vase.

 

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What was your inspiration for the Batch.works products?

They were inspired by sea urchins.

Batch.works collection. Image by La Cabine de Margaux.

What advice would you give yourselves if you started all over again?

Work harder 🙂 You are doing good.

View more at uaushop.eu and @uauproject.

Up next, Batch.works partners with UAU and Bold Design for its first 3D printed homeware collection.

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