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7.09 17.09


Rue de Ligne, 8 - 1000 Brussels

Studio Minimetre


"Rebut Print" is an exploration that conceptualizes 3D printed objects by integrating waste materials into the printing process. During the Renewal exhibition, we present our research into co-produced matter, where 3D printing technology and natural materials converge. Our work is based on the exploration of a pellet machine and a PLA-based binder, resulting in the creation of biomaterial parts. Each piece on display is the fruit of in-depth research into the interactions between our machines, the dust-reduced waste we use and ourselves. With this exhibition we aim to highlight our early developments and experiments, reflecting our commitment to constant innovation.

With Studio Minimètre, Bérénice de Salvatore and Bastien Chevrier unveil a multidisciplinary vision of 3D printing. Enriched by their training in industrial design and product design at La Cambre (BE) and ECAL (CH), they are at the heart of new technologies and innovative materials. The studio tackles a wide range of themes, from the production of eco-responsible materials to the reuse and recycling of waste. This approach, centred on the 3D printer, oscillates between research, collaboration and the transmission of knowledge. The studio's explorations are guided by a major challenge: to make this practice democratic while preserving the integrity of our environment.

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