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Arper invests in new R&D centre at Italy headquarters


Italian design company Arper has announced substantial investment in a new R&D centre, Arper Design Lab, for its headquarters in Treviso, Italy. The creation of the lab will provide a substantial increase of space dedicated to innovation: jumping from the 300m2


currently used for


technical ofices and a test laboratory, to incorporate an additional 1,400m2


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The Lab will comprise a new prototype laboratory, a material library, training spaces and a fully-equipped photo studio.


The works are taking place during the wider renovation to the Treviso


headquarters, and are scheduled to be completed in the first half of 2021. Arper says the Lab will be built in a sustainable manner through careful reuse of the existing building, and as part of its ongoing commitment to becoming a sustainable company. The Arper Design Lab will be dedicated to Arper founder Luigi Feltrin, who passed away in April 2020 from complications due to catching Covid-19, and his ‘unshakeable determination to always create, build and evolve values’. Feltrin’s son, co-founder and current president and CEO of the


Arper Group, Claudio Feltrin, said, ‘Sustainability is a strategic goal. Ambitious visions and actions, and organisational and cultural changes are the fundamental conditions for the evolution of a company that is committed to adopt and make sustainable processes, production and collections.’


He continued: ‘The investment will help Arper reduce the time needed to present new products to the market and anticipate trends, test the aesthetic and qualitative eficiency of the new collections.’ arper.com


Aectual launches platform for customisable 3D-printed


architectural and interior products


At CES 2021, Aectual, a world- first platform for the rapid production of 100%-circular, bespoke 3D-printed architectural and interior products at industrial scale, announced the global beta launch of its design-to-delivery platform and commercial web shop for consumers. Aectual’s large 3D-printed


products range from full buildings through to facade cladding, wall panelling, terrazzo-style flooring and columns, to interior products such as room dividers and planters. The products are made from 100%- circular, sustainable recycled and renewable materials. Through the new design-


Architecture, engineering and construction professionals are invited to sign up for the enterprise beta version online. aectual.com


to-delivery service, the cost of custom-made products is reduced by 50%, and the process can be up to 10 times faster, while reducing waste and CO2


emissions.


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