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3D printing at Atlas of the Unbuilt World

Images provided by 3Dpeasy

Images provided by 3Dpeasy
Images provided by 3Dpeasy

Images provided by 3Dpeasy
Images provided by 3Dpeasy

Images provided by 3Dpeasy

24 May 2013
by #BoTeAtlas 2013

We are excited to announce a new addition to Atlas of the Unbuilt World exhibition. If you are an architect, student or designer, you can submit your work which will be live-printed by a 3D printer between 18-22 June at the venue.

Who can get involved?

In keeping with the spirit of the exhibition, this is an open call to students, architects and designers across the world!

How can I get involved?

Tweet us @British_Design and tell us about your project. We’re using the hashtag #BoTeAtlas. You can also submit your project to Karl and Omid at 3Dpeasy no later than the 5 June and they will take it from there.

What will happen to my model after it is printed?

Your model will be added to the Atlas of the Unbuilt World exhibition and will be displayed until 27 June. We'll even tweet you a photo of it. When the exhibition closes we'll package it up and send it to you.

What next?

Get started by tweeting us about your project. If you have any technical questions or want your model printed get in touch with Karl and Omid at There is a fee for printing and postage, please click here for more information.

Read more about the Atlas of the Unbuilt World exhibition

Atlas of the Unbuilt World will open on 7 June at The Bartlett School of Architecture. The exhibition will showcase architectural models of future projects from around the globe by some of the most exciting practices and emerging studios working today.
Follow @British_Design for live updates about this project.