Carlos Bañon Aitable Furniture
Aitable Furniture is Golden Design Award winner in 2020 - 2021 3D Printed Forms and Products Design Award Category.
Aitable Furniture

Standard designs for a table this heavy would require a thick section under the tabletop. Artificial intelligence presents a powerful tool to search for structurally more efficient design strategies to deliver radically new aesthetics, producing zero wastage in the fabrication. Using precise 3DPrinted sand molds, the three unique legs are cast in bronze and manually polished, creating sophisticated effects of nuanced reflections under changing light conditions. AI Table showcases how digital design can foster creativity and pragmatism.

Aitable Furniture
Carlos Bañon Aitable
Carlos Bañon Furniture
Carlos Bañon design
Carlos Bañon design
Carlos Bañon

Carlos Banon is an Architect specialized in Digital Processes and Advanced Manufacturing methods. He is Director and Co-founder of AIRLAB Singapore, Partner of Subarquitectura Architects, and Assistant Professor of Architecture and Sustainable Design at the Singapore University of Technology and Design. He holds a M.Arch. with Extraordinary Distinction. He also held visiting professorships at MIT and EPFL. His research projects span from 3D Printing in the built environment (3DPA), Geometric Exploration for Sustainable Space Making (GESSM), Artificial Intelligence in structural design, and Affordable Housing. His work has been selected for the Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2018 and 2020, and has won international awards such as Design of the Year Prize by the London Design Museum, the Gold and Silver Medal given by the International Paralympic and Olympic Committees, two Spanish Biennial Prizes, the Mies Van der Rohe Prize nomination, the German Design Award 2020, four SG Marks (Singapore Good Design), two Singapore Design Awards Finalist, and selected as one of the Iconic designs by the German Design Council in 2020. His recent work AirMesh received the Singapore PD*A President Design Award, the highest distinction for designs and designers in Singapore.


Founded in 2015 by Carlos Bañón and Felix Raspall, AIRLAB is a multidisciplinary research laboratory focusing on architecture, sci- ence, arts, digital design, and manufacturing. AIRLAB stands for “Ar- chitectural Intelligence Research Lab”, a term that resonates not only with the advancements in technology but clearly states what this stu- dio is all about.