TetraShell 3D printing used to create four-meter-tall tree sculpture for Norwegian retirement home

TetraShell 3D printing used to create four-meter-tall tree sculpture for Norwegian retirement home

L+S, an artist duo from Germany and Noway, have created a four-meter-tall tree sculpture to commemorate Noway’s most eco-friendly nursing home, Ullerntunet. The large-scale sculpture, which is made from bronze, was made using 3D scanning and 3D printing technologies. Over recent years, the Ullerntunet nursing home has undergone many changes, and is now recognized as being the most energy-efficient center of its kind in Norway. Aside from its environmental merits, the facility is known best for housing and treating people who suffer from dementia. When L+S artists Lutz-Rainer Müller and Stian Ådlandsvik were approached by the center to create […]

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