December 21, 2016

3-D Printed Furniture Now Easier, Faster

Imagine designing a piece of furniture and having it created by industry experts within 24 hours. Starting in March, entrepreneurs Neil Patel and Raj Bharti will make that vision a reality. Their new startup, Print the Future, will manufacture custom furnishings and accessories that can be delivered anywhere in the world, thanks to state-of-the-art 3-D printing technology. 

“Print the Future will offer a level of variety, customization, and speed across the globe that has not been possible,” says Patel. “3-D printing will not only accelerate manufacturing, it will also make the customized furniture more affordable and environmentally friendly.”

The company’s NYC pop-up, designed in collaboration with Lori Dennis, opens on March 2 at 325 W. 38th Street. “Our patrons can watch furniture being 3-D printed right in front of their eyes,” Bharti explains. Visitors will also get the chance to enter to win a free piece of high-quality 3-D printed furniture, enjoy a free drink from the coffee bar, and tour the pop-up with industry experts. Guests will learn about modern interior design trends, the future of 3-D printing, and why the method is disrupting the home furnishings market. Print the Future also plans to open stores in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Austin, and Miami.

Create custom furnishings with Print the Future.

Recent DesignWire