Post-Romantic Resonances
The D-house urban laboratory project in collaboration with Marco Rambaldi
Edition 94
Swarovski crystals find application on knitwear designed by Marco Rambaldi, with settings made in 3D. Fashion, creativity, new technologies, and craftsmanship merge in the Post-Romantic Resonances project, developed by D-house and designer Marco Rambaldi. On display at the urban laboratory's stand are knitwear pieces designed by the Bolognese designer, known for his textile and material experimentation.

The three uniquely designed outfits draw inspiration from the history of Italian cinema and are presented in a revisited style. Decorations and craftsmanship reminiscent of handmade Italian artisanship are imprinted on the knitwear using Stratasys 3D printing, while the application of Swarovski crystals supported by 3D-printed settings evokes Marco Rambaldi's romantic style infused with contemporary and innovative vibrations. For the first time, the innovative 3D-printed setting is applied directly onto the knitwear, using Stratasys' Polyjet technology, a global leader in 3D printing from Israel that has been optimistically looking towards the future for over 30 years. 
Thanks to the partnership between D-house Urban Laboratory and The Woolmark Company, the garments were made using wool from Filatura Tollegno 1900, while the pieces were produced by the knitwear factory SMT of Correggio, a company of the Pattern Group together with D-house's Innovation Hub.