A new 3D printing process developed by MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab and Steelcase breaks the constraints of traditional 3D printing.
MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab, Steelcase and award-winning product designer Christophe Guberan collaborated to create a new 3D printing process. The technology breaks the three constraints of traditional 3D printing by using a Rapid Liquid Printing technique enhancing speed, scale and quality. The partnership explores the future of furniture personalization and the opportunities for customization through innovation.
Microsoft and Steelcase are coming together for the first time to help boost creativity at work. Sara Armbruster, vice president of strategy, research and new business innovation for Steelcase, talks about this new partnership and why the two companies are starting by tackling creativity. Plus, hear how technology and place enhance creative behaviors.
Steelcase and Microsoft joined a panel discussion ahead of the New York Times’ 2017 New Work Summit about how leaders can harness the creativity of their people. The moderated discussion sponsored by Steelcase came at the same time Steelcase and Microsoft launched Creative Spaces, a collection of work spaces designed to foster creative thinking at work.
Steelcase and Microsoft introduce Creative Spaces — a range of places and technologies to enable the creative process.
In Part 2, of a two-part conversation, listen to how organizations can use technology to improve people’s experience at work. James Ludwig, Steelcase vice president of global design and product engineering, gives us a peek into the future of technology at work and how it’s already changing the way workplaces are designed for people.