This 3D Printed Modern Clutch Was Inspired By A City In Switzerland

Rounded, curved layers of 3D printed nylon make up the design of this modern clutch and mimic the layout of the bending and parallel streets that make up Bern, the Swiss capital that inspired the design.

Photography by Federico Marin

 

Set to be launched at Maison et Objet in Paris later this week, Odo Fioravanit’s Bern clutch, part of the Bern collection for Maison 203, was inspired by Switzerland’s capital city, Bern and it’s unique urban structure.

 

Rounded, curved layers of 3D printed nylon make up the design of this modern clutch and mimic the layout of the bending and parallel streets that make up Bern, the Swiss capital that inspired the design.

Photography by Federico Marin

Rounded, curved layers of 3D printed sintered nylon make up the design of the clutch and mimic the layout of the bending and parallel streets that make up the Swiss captial.


Rounded, curved layers of 3D printed nylon make up the design of this modern clutch and mimic the layout of the bending and parallel streets that make up Bern, the Swiss capital that inspired the design.

Photography by Federico Marin

Available in black, copper, and gold, the sculptural Bern clutch adds a metallic touch of sophistication to any outfit.


Rounded, curved layers of 3D printed nylon make up the design of this modern clutch and mimic the layout of the bending and parallel streets that make up Bern, the Swiss capital that inspired the design.

Photography by Federico Marin

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