An art exhibition in Milan, housed at Nilufar Gallery during Supersalone featured our own Nd/Uni rubber flooring as the warm, rich backdrop for Audrey Large’s lavish, 3D-printed sculptures.

Large created the sculptures by drawing shapes by hand on a digital tablet, after which she 3D-printed the physical polylactic acid (PLA) sculptures that intend to represent 2D digital forms seen on-screen.

Photos by Mattia Iotti

„I was thinking about how I could design objects as we design images“.

Audrey Large

„I would say that they are pretty much handcrafted.

Of course the sculptures are mainly made on the computer, but their shapes are very much linked to the dynamic movements of my hands.“

Audrey Large