Oyler Wu Collaborative Transforms a 1928 Los Angeles Bank into a New Home for 3D Systems Culinary Lab

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Kitchenaid: Oven, Microwave, Cooktop

Mirabelle: Sinks

Grohe: Sink Fittings

DuPont: Counter Material

Birch plywood and powder-coated steel compose the staircase and mezzanine balustrade. Photography by Scott Mayoral/Central Meridian Photography.

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A 1928 bank now houses 3D Systems Culinary Lab. Photography by Scott Mayoral/Central Meridian Photography.

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Kitchenaid: Oven, Microwave, Cooktop

Mirabelle: Sinks

Grohe: Sink Fittings

DuPont: Counter Material

Cementitious flooring flows through the ground level. Photography by Scott Mayoral/Central Meridian Photography.

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Kitchenaid: Oven, Microwave, Cooktop

Mirabelle: Sinks

Grohe: Sink Fittings

DuPont: Counter Material

Solid-surfacing wraps the island in the demo kitchen. Photography by Scott Mayoral/Central Meridian Photography.

Behind it, a glass enclosure contains six proprietary 3-D printers. Photography by Scott Mayoral/Central Meridian Photography.

Plywood for the stair and mezzanine was CNC-cut. Photography by Scott Mayoral/Central Meridian Photography.

During the renovation, steel trusses were uncovered. Photography by Scott Mayoral/Central Meridian Photography.

The mezzanine awaited its lounge furniture. Photography by Scott Mayoral/Central Meridian Photography.

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