Sculptural Door Stop

A 3D-printed door stop in five bold colours and designs, challenging the notion of ‘ordinary objects’ by experimenting with material innovation, designed and made by Yasmin Lennon Chong in her London Fields studio. Limited collection of 50 available.

L11.5cm, H5.5cm, W5.5cm

Made in E8, from flexible TPU

£45

Product story

Material innovation meets play in Yasmin Lennon Chong’s design; this 3D-printed door stop served as a perfect experiment. A seemingly ordinary object is turned into something resilient yet flexible; sculptural yet functional; innovative yet universal.

Manufacturing story

From her studio space in London Fields, Yasmin used 3D print technology to experiment with flexible filaments, exploring the parameters of these materials through the lens of density, strength and functional application. Choose from five designs and bold colour palettes, which make up a decorative or utilitarian piece of art.


Manufacturing story

From her studio space in London Fields, Yasmin used 3D print technology to experiment with flexible filaments, exploring the parameters of these materials through the lens of density, strength and functional application. Choose from five designs and bold colour palettes, which make up a decorative or utilitarian piece of art.


Yasmin Lennon-Chong

Yasmin Lennon-Chong

Yasmin Lennon-Chong is a designer and re-creator of everyday objects and environments, producing experiential, aesthetic and playful products as a form of spatial engagement and intervention. Her current design approach utilises the application of new material technologies, 3D printing and alternative manufacturing models.

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