Annalisa Capurro is an interior designer and a design educator at the prestigious Design Centre Enmore in Sydney, Australia.
She is also an architectural/design historian, architectural photographer, writer and speaker with more than 25 years experience working in the sectors of commercial, residential, hospitality, textile, furniture and design education in Australia and abroad.
Annalisa has recently taken up an advisory position on the board of the Vancouver-based Print The Future, strongly believing that 3D printing technology and additive manufacturing have the potential to revolutionize the design industry.
Nora Toure: Annalisa, what was your very first experience with 3D Printing?
Annalisa Capurro: My first experiences with 3D printing have been primarily in university design labs in various educational institutions in both Sydney and abroad. Whilst presenting lectures at universities such as SCAD in Savannah, Georgia, and NYIT in New York, I was exposed to the innovative applications and potential of this technology to various aspects of the design industry.