Nomadic Furniture 3.0: New Liberated Living is an exhibition that has just opened in Vienna. It examines the history of do-it-yourself furniture through a comprehensive view of contemporary options. The show will be on display through October 6 at the MAK Center.
In other news, Microsoft makes 3D printing native to its newest OS, and check out some building-scaling trompe l'oeil art. See the headlines after the jump.
• Vienna exhibition explores the history of DIY furniture | The Editor at Large
• Microsoft Makes 3-D Printing As Simple As Clicking “Print” | Co.Design
• House of Illusion | The Wall Street Journal
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