When new methods of productions arise, new aesthetic standards should appear. Since the apparition of the Bauhaus after WWI, we got used to standardisation. Abundance of horizontal lines and symmetry have always been associated to peace that doesn’t talk about the past nor the present. Everything is created for humans to live in comfort, but are we living in peaceful times today? Global warming, slavery and tyranny are just some issues that answer this question. Without doubt, there is certain chaos which lies amongst our society and is never translated throughout design aesthetically.
3D printers offer the possibility of portraying this chaos. To talk about the present with the help of design, 3D printers share with us the option of manual interaction during the impression. Intervening with different techniques on different parts of the impression generates a sequence which shows a disintegration from a peaceful object to a chaotic one. For a world to build, it needs to talk about itself, and most of the design of today is not doing that.