You are a 3D printing wizard: how do you build a circular company from here?
Two designers passionate about 3D printing and an engineer expert on biomaterials share their do’s and don’ts on how they used their skills to develop products for big brands and finance one’s own collections
On its web site, Krill Design informs about its dedication to “the development of new design products within a 100% circular and sustainable process”. And boosts a Best Performer Award for circular economy services and a recognition by the World Economic Forum as an example of sustainability. Add to this a surprisingly good revenue (320K euro yearly), 10 employees, and one product selected for the prestigious Compasso d’Oro award and you get to the big question: how did three design students get to this, in just 4 years (with a pandemic in between)? Krill’s story teaches us a lot. It…