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The Mawj 3D Printed Chair is inspired by the Arabian Sea

Off the shores of Dubai, the majestic Arabian Sea section of the northern Indian Ocean can trace its history back to important marine trade routes. Also known as the Sea of Oman, this massive body of water is known for its turquoise waters and unique wave patterns. This natural wonder was the inspiration behind Middle East Architecture Network’s Mawj 3D Printed Chair, an innovative contemporary armchair meant to explore the potential of robotic 3D-printing in the furniture industry. Named for the Arabic word for “wave” and conceived in Dubai, Mawj is designed to reflect the natural waves and colors that characterize the Arabian Sea and its adjoining coastal city.

 

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