Design: The power of personalisation

What’s in a name? For interactive design brand Love and Robots, its monicker represents the future of how we do business. The company’s name exhibits the interactivity between the design and technology industries – a merging of disciplines that the d

22nd August, 2015
Love & Robots’ Emer, Aoibheann and Kate O’Daly

Established by sisters Emer, Kate and Aoibheann O’Daly, Love represents the creative aspect of the company, and Robots represents the machines behind the physical products they produce.

The company uses 3D printing to allow customers to co-create accessories for their home and wardrobe. According to Emer, customers customise the company’s products online, in real time in their browsers. The online product range includes jewellery, bowties, phone covers and coasters.

“With digital...

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