Practically speaking though, since he trained as an architect, Zieta’s ultimate goal is to develop FiDU to the point where it’s useful for larger-scale applications like facades, a realm in which the high costs of mold-making and tooling puts standard industrial techniques out of reach for small firms. Furniture like his stools and the table legs shown here are stepping stones along that path, along with the mid-scale work he’s done lately, like a 10.5-foot-tall installation piece he produced with Architonic and showed at the DMY festival in Berlin.
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Practically speaking though, since he trained as an architect, Zieta’s ultimate goal is to develop FiDU to the point where it’s useful for larger-scale applications like facades, a realm in which the high costs of mold-making and tooling puts standard industrial techniques out of reach for small firms. Furniture like his stools and the table legs shown here are stepping stones along that path, along with the mid-scale work he’s done lately, like a 10.5-foot-tall installation piece he produced with Architonic and showed at the DMY festival in Berlin.