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MORPHĒ LONDON
DIMITRA TAMPAKI
MORPHĒ comes from the Ancient Greek word “μορφή” which refers to the shape and form of an entity.
Dimitra Tampaki is an architect and a designer with postgraduate studies at the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA) having as tutor Patrik Schumacher, the principal now of the ...
Dimitra Tampaki is an architect and a designer with postgraduate studies at the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA) having as tutor Patrik Schumacher, the principal now of the architecture practice Zaha Hadid Architects. Having worked at the studio of Ross Lovegrove and then at Foster and Partners Architectural practice in London she decided to combine architecture with fashion and design. In 2015 she established her own brand under the name of MORPHĒ LONDON, a series of 3d printed jewelry where all the pieces are treated as body sculptures. Ηer main goal is to promote a constant research on computational design and digital fabrication methods. MORPHĒ LONDON is a unique brand of groundbreaking 3D printed jewelry designed by architect Dimitra Tampaki. The brand combines digital design with advanced 3D Printing technology in order to create dynamic statement pieces. Organic forms are translated into body sculptures and wearable art embracing smoothly the body. They follow the curves and the bones of the human body and are merged to that. This work is about beauty, elegance and exploring digital art forms on the body. MORPHĒ comes from the Ancient Greek word “μορφή” which refers to the shape and form of an entity.
The brand combines digital design with advanced 3D Printing technology in order to create dynamic statement pieces. Organic forms are translated into body sculptures and wearable art embracing smoothly the body. They follow the curves and the bones of the human body and are merged to that.
Dimitra Tampaki is an architect and a designer with postgraduate studies at the Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA) having as tutor Patrik Schumacher, the principal now of the architecture practice Zaha Hadid Architects. Having worked at the studio of Ross Lovegrove and then at Foster and Partners Architectural practice in London she decided to combine architecture with fashion and design. In 2015 she established her own brand under the name of MORPHĒ LONDON, a series of 3d printed jewelry where all the pieces are treated as body sculptures. Ηer main goal is to promote a constant research on computational design and digital fabrication methods. MORPHĒ LONDON is a unique brand of groundbreaking 3D printed jewelry designed by architect Dimitra Tampaki. The brand combines digital design with advanced 3D Printing technology in order to create dynamic statement pieces. Organic forms are translated into body sculptures and wearable art embracing smoothly the body. They follow the curves and the bones of the human body and are merged to that. This work is about beauty, elegance and exploring digital art forms on the body. MORPHĒ comes from the Ancient Greek word “μορφή” which refers to the shape and form of an entity.

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