One_Shot.MGX Joins the Atlanta Museum of Art

.MGX by Materialise is thrilled to announce that the One_Shot.MGX stool by Patrick Jouin now forms part of the permanent collection at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. The stool, now considered an icon of modern design, has been displayed at numerous museums internationally, including the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York and the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Manufactured in a single piece via 3D printing, the stool transforms via gravity and a simple twist, from a foldable state into a strong, elegant seat.

The One_Shot.MGX is a foldable stool which is manufactured by selective laser sintering as one complete piece; the stool emerges from the machine in its final form, complete with hinges that are concealed by the graceful structure of the stool itself. By virtue of gravity combined with a simple twist, an array of rods transforms, in one flowing movement, into a small, useful, strong seat.

For more information visit: www.mgxbymaterialise.com/component/one/mgxmodel/detail/detail/45

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