Working with digital tools allows us to make our processes more effective. We are provided with a sustainable workflow by rendering realities and being able to test and modify things on a detailed level before taking physical form. The advantage of projects living digitally is that they can forever be modified, adjusted and renewed. By using technologies such as 3D printing, we avoid having to create more objects than needed so our objects do not physically exist until you choose to own one so each is embedded with a unique number to reflect your participation in its creation.
By using 3D printing technology, we can localize our production, minimize material waste, and reduce energy consumption. Our material choice is EU-sourced filaments from recycled plastic - rPETG, which are commonly used for drinking bottles and packaging. rPET and rPETG are both durable and high incompetence. While we need to rapidly eliminate the unnecessary use of plastic, we also need to create an effective after-use economy for plastics that can be sustainable if properly managed.
PARA's concepts follow a logic of excitement and easiness, employing methods of working based on careful intuition and love for design.
The present collection pays homage to modern sculpture, whilst challenging the contemporary forms of today using new imagery, materials, and techniques to create digitally crafted sculptures. PARA's work is based on an aesthetic exploration of the symbiosis between the archetypal forms of square, circle, and triangle.