Back in October 2015, Tico had covered the I3 pro 3D printer industry giant 3D Systems opened a cooking lab in Los Angeles (Culinary Lab). The company wants to be a chef, bartender and other food industry professionals working together, using 3D printing technology for food a learning space for experiments. The laboratory will be through monthly workshops and lectures to cooking, activities and industries such as the hotel guests are invited to attend. This class if you are lucky enough to be invited, you can attend workshops focused on a particular type of food, and learning how to print-d elements into them. Participating in the workshop at the same time, you also have the opportunity to visit its facilities. In the kitchen, you will see the ChefJet demo of Pro 3D food printer. Get out of the kitchen, you can also look around and enjoy the Interior Designer Oyler Wu Tze.You can see the whole Centre has a MC-Escher staircases of the building, and when you pass through it when you may feel it breathe or move, but rest assured, this is only a visual illusion. Its railing uses a distortion, circle design, one with the whole staircase. The design in 3D Systems request Oyler Wu creative innovation from the reflecting qualities of things with. Oyler Wu’s team intends to design a 3D printing works, but later found that it was not feasible. Our initial idea was to create a piece to demonstrate 3D printing in terms of building things, but the cost was too high. “Jenny Wu said.Before cooking lab where the building is a Bank, its history dates back to 1928. In the design of the Interior, Oyler Wu follow is a minimalist aesthetic, making stairs more prominent. At first glance, it seems difficult to set foot in. But this is only a visual effect, or literally, it is an illusion. Real stairs are hidden beneath the twisted Rails, connected or straight or bent steel components with CNC machining of wood.