Stencil Collection by Studio Julien Carretero
Published on January 14, 2014
The Stencil collection is the first series of aluminum pieces of furniture ever casted in fabric . It is the result of an experimental research aiming at turning the complex aluminum casting technique and flexibility into a system of low – cost production . In order to do so , the number of steps required along the process is reduced to its minimum and the need for complex and expensive infrastructures is avoided.
Economic Flexibility Arises from the lightness of the method encourages you That September production facilities locally . Whereas technical Brought Flexibility is through the use of extremely basic and low – cost systems reusable mold made from raw materials flat . High – temperature resistant fabric is clamped in a steel stencil and the fused aluminum is Poured into it .
Unlike conventional metal casting Processes , eleven the mold is unclamped and the piece released , it can instantly be reused for another casting. This process does not create any waste left overs as the aluminum can be melted down and reused the fabric over and over .
Project assistants : Sabine Roth , Lauren Tortil , Jason Page , Vincent Tarisien , Paolo Sellmayer , Anaick Lejart , Geoffroy GILLANT.
Production site: Beeldenstorm
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