In addition to the seminar programme and exhibition, Vision 2017 presented innovative features, installations and live demonstrations.
WASP have created a process that allows them to 3D print buildings out of recycled plastics or clay and ceramics. This highly sustainable approach to construction could revolutionise the industry as we know it, creating buildings that match their surroundings and leave no trace on the landscape. At Vision, visitors were able to experience this process through live demonstrations, accompanied by expert team members that can explain this complex modern method of construction.
Design Exchange curated an innovation area showcasing new ideas and concepts that will be changing the design industry over the next few years. In collaboration with some of the most pioneering digital thinkers, many of whom are involved in creating DE's augmented reality editions, the area included boundary pushers who mix the physical and virtual worlds using print, augmented reality, virtual reality, digital tech, 3D printing and film. The collaborators were Velapp, i2o3d, Studio Integrate, Deltalight and Ravensbourne University.
Axalta Coating Systems is the leading global company with the most extensive portfolio of powder technologies, the most efficient and environmentally responsible method of finishing. Axalta Iconica Architectural Installation is a dynamic spinning frame that shows off the full range of colours available from the manufacturer. It debuted in Milan this year for the furniture fair and had its first UK launch at Vision 2017.
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