3D-Printed Jewelry Inspired by Flower Growth
on 24 June 2015
Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg of design studio Nervous Systems have employed an algorithm that mimics the growth patterns in flowers to create a line of 3D-printed jewelry. The project, called Floraform, draws inspiration from the way the flower petals push their growth to the very edge of each petal, eventually creating complex ruffles and patterns in the process. The line of ethereal bracelets, necklaces and rings is made with nylon and silver—and can be purchased.