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1:1 3D Commutator

A full scale 1:1 lightweight replica of ICC's Commutator


Measuring over 45ft long and 12 ft tall, "Flow" is a fully 3D printed facade for The Press Room in Knoxville, TN, a bespoke venue in Spaces in the City's portfolio. We went from inception to full installation in less than 1 month utilizing our rapid industrial design and advanced manufacturing services. The twists of each panel create a dynamic break between the outdoor event space and public eye. We printed a total of 45 panels (printed vertically), using carbon fiber reinforced ABS, each measuring 2x6ft. 


Enabling localized manufacturing is the keystone to our vision and we are proud to announce that this project was designed, manufactured and installed within a 1 mile radius.

About The Press Room:

"The Press Room, a renovated historic site in downtown Knoxville contains an infinite amount of possibilities with multiple rooms to facilitate weddings, corporate seminars, and special occasions. Enjoy the grand space of The Assembly, which can accommodate up to 600 people, or the 1923 Loft that is perfect for a corporate board meeting. The Printer’s Lounge and Courtyard finish the expansive space allowing for outdoor gatherings or casual social events."

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About Spaces in the City:

"Spaces in the City is a portfolio of event and meeting spaces, destination dining experiences and modern-meets-vintage lounges, all carefully collected and designed for a phenomenon in taste and atmosphere that’s inspired by the world, yet grounded right here, in Knoxville."

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