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Friday, February 26, 2016

Homes Of The Past

Recreating the Homes of the Past | 2016
Located in New York City’s Flatiron design district, Iliad specializes in luxury antiques and bespoke furniture inspired by early 20th-century design—Biedermeier, Art Deco, and Art Moderne. Filled with artwork and furniture masterpieces, Iliad looks more like a fine art gallery than an interior design studio. Co-founder Andrea Zemel launched the company in 2001 to revive a lineage of furniture design techniques that have been nearly lost in the United States. Andrea and her team resurrect bygone interiors using the forward-thinking technology of 3D printing.

Iliad Overview
Iliad’s New York City studio is filled with beautifully restored antiques and bespoke furniture. The hardware on this sideboard cabinet was printed with the Form 1+. Source:


<more at; related articles and links: (Iliad, New York website) and (The Form 1+. The world's best-selling desktop SLA 3D Printer)>

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