Once confined to prototypes or models in the world of architecture and design, 3D printing is now a discipline to be reckoned with. The Northern Irish designer Eimear Ryan, based in Paris, is one of the first people to have taken it up. Bored with her work in an interior design agency, she wanted to start designing objects. The discovery of 3D printing made her vision possible. Her credo is to create pieces with organic and sharp silhouettes, inspired by brutalist architecture. In terms of materials, she makes a point of using bio-sourced materials in an eco-responsible way. The result? Vases, mirrors, sculptures, and lights with a milky and poetic finish. A style that seduces, starting with the house Loewe who called on her services during its last fashion show, via two transparent tops with iridescent finishes.