The Museum of Applied Arts in Poznan, Poland, asked experts from Get Models Now to create a series of miniature objects and arrange them into stylish miniature interiors.
Using 3D scanning they were able to digitize authentic furniture and decorations from Baroque, Rococo, and Biedermeier historic periods. Once scaled down, the objects were then printed with eco-friendly materials using ZMorph 2.0 SX multitool 3D printer.
3D printed objects, they were all painted to resemble the original objects. Even the smallest details were hand-painted on the models for authenticity. Painted objects were then placed in small sceneries resembling actual interiors from these three periods of time. Miniature interiors include 3D printed wardrobes, desks, couches, chairs, tables, and smaller decorations like vases and candlesticks.
Sceneries built by the experts from Get Models Now are already on display in the Museum of Applied Arts in Poznan, next to the original pieces. Their role is to give the visitors a better understanding of the period and how applied arts evolved over time.
For more details check the full use case on ZMorph Blog.
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