Episode #11 – Can We Take 3D Printing To New Levels? We Sit Down With Stephan Mansour

Who asked for a new intro for the property marketers show? Nobody? Well we did it anyway.

In this new episode of the show we sit down with a man who helped create the first 3D Printed home in Suadi Arabia!

His name is Stephan Mansour and he is here to give us all more information about 3D Printing and its implementations. In this new episode, be prepared to get more information about the industry and to understand more about the future of this sector.

If you are someone who would like to understand the idea of constructing homes with 3D Printing technology then we have the podcast just for you!

This was one of the most informative episodes with someone who truly knows the industry and has been able to build a career around it.

In this new podcast we are diving right into a new initiative that is being developed by Stephan which will be a huge difference maker in the way we develop the homes of the future.

I love 3D Printing and the idea of a 3D Printed house just gets me excited. This was a fun interview for me as I continue to build this podcast and my brand. As this podcast grows, I would like to focus on the people behind different sustainable projects and try to find the most surprising guest for the show.

Hope everyone enjoys this one and stay tuned as I will be interviewing a few new people for us all to enjoy!

Let me know if this brings some value to you all as that is my goal.

#23 – Krill Design (Sofia & Domiziana) Tells Us Everything About The First 3D Printed Lamp Made From Orange Peels Property Marketers Show

BACK FOR ANOTHER EPISODE OF THE PROPERTY MARKETER SHOW!  Are you someone who underestimates the power of 3D printed and think it's just a fad? Well I am here today to tell you about a company that is about to show you the next wave of 3D printed products using some of the most unusual materials.  In this episode, we show you the orange lamp. This is a lamp that has been 3D printed using orange peels to create a sweet smelling, attractive and efficient lamp for your next addition to your home.  As you will hear in the episode, one of the best parts of Krill Design and the orange lamp is the story behind the product itself. The product designer(Sofia) and the marketer(Domiziana) take us through the entire product while giving us more information about the importance of sustainability in the design process.  The episode was a special one for me as I had the opportunity to interview two women who are passionate about the future of the 3D printing industry, environmental sustainability and orange lamps!  We should not underestimate the power of 3D printing on the design industry and the construction space as we continue to see more products that take our imagination to new heights.  Take a listen to this new episode that seeks to provide you with the information you will need to take your next 3D printing business to the next level.  Let me know what you think of this new episode and see below for more information about the people involved below. LinkedIn Accounts:  – Sofia Soledad Duarte Poblete – Domiziana Illengo Company Website:  http://www.krilldesign.net FOR MY ITALIAN FAMILY:  Sei una persona che sottovaluta il potere della stampa 3D e pensa che sia solo una moda passeggera? Bene, sono qui oggi per parlarvi di un'azienda che sta per mostrarvi la prossima ondata di prodotti stampati in 3D utilizzando alcuni dei materiali più insoliti. In questo episodio vi mostriamo la lampada arancione. Questa è una lampada che è stata stampata in 3D utilizzando bucce d'arancia per creare una lampada dall'odore dolce, attraente ed efficiente per la tua prossima aggiunta alla tua casa. Come sentirete nell'episodio, una delle parti migliori di Krill Design e della lampada arancione è la storia dietro il prodotto stesso. Il product designer (Sofia) e il marketer (Domiziana) ci guidano attraverso l'intero prodotto fornendoci maggiori informazioni sull'importanza della sostenibilità nel processo di progettazione. L'episodio è stato speciale per me poiché ho avuto l'opportunità di intervistare due donne appassionate del futuro dell'industria della stampa 3D, della sostenibilità ambientale e delle lampade arancioni! Non dovremmo sottovalutare il potere della stampa 3D sull'industria del design e sullo spazio di costruzione poiché continuiamo a vedere più prodotti che portano la nostra immaginazione a nuovi livelli. Ascolta questo nuovo episodio che cerca di fornirti le informazioni di cui avrai bisogno per portare la tua prossima attività di stampa 3D al livello successivo. Fammi sapere cosa ne pensi di questo nuovo episodio e vedi sotto per maggiori informazioni sulle persone coinvolte di seguito. Account LinkedIn: – Sofia Soledad Duarte Poblete – Domiziana Illengo Sito web aziendale: http://www.krilldesign.net See you all soon, Ciao!
  1. #23 – Krill Design (Sofia & Domiziana) Tells Us Everything About The First 3D Printed Lamp Made From Orange Peels
  2. #22 – The Dateform Founders (Alhaan, Hiba, and Nikhilesh) Tell Us How They Are Using Date Seeds As Building Solutions In Dubai
  3. #21 – Natalia Lorca Takes Us Through Her Cave Home & Architecture Across The Globe
  4. #20 – Louis Thompson & Nomadic Resorts Tell Us About Sustainable Design & The Future Of The Design Industry
  5. #19 – Siddharth Peters & The Total Office Gives Us Lessons In Office Designs While Debunking The Biggest Myths In The Industry

Published by Cole Correia

As someone who loves marketing and sales, the idea of telling stories that help small business owners, real estate agents, and individuals is so important to me. Take the time to stay up to date on the latest news and marketing advice to help you run your business!

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