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Fitchwork is a collaborative design studio working across architecture, fashion and product design. Driven by an obsession with pattern, the studio combines geometric research with novel design and fabrication tools to create radical-yet-rational forms READ MORE

Pangolin 3D printed dress on model backstage travis fitch fitchwork

Pangolin Dress

The Pangolin Dress is a digitally designed, 3D printed human carapace—a scale-like skin that responds to the wearer’s anatomy and motion. Geometric control and precision allows for nuanced transformations in the membrane’s porosity and flexibility. The deliberate locatio... read more

Oscillation 3D print Dress Runway Close up travis fitch fitchwork


Oscillation is the third in a series of 3D printed dresses designed in collaboration with threeAsfour and Stratasys, exploring multimaterial printing in the production of couture. Oscillation expresses a web of energy lines that flow around the body, proportioned accordi... read more

Laser Cut Body Suit Flat Pattern Fitchwork Travis Fitch Fashion

Biomimicry Textiles

A set of laser cut patterns and textiles derived from three dimensional studies of naturally occurring scales, produced for threeAsfour's Fall 2016 collection, Biomimicry. These scale systems are mapped and gradated to the specific contour... read more

harmonigraph 3d printed dress model runway travis fitch Fitchwork  Fashion

Harmonigraph Dress

The harmonigraph dress is an exploration of the limits and possibilities of 3D printing in fashion. The design originates from a circle sliced into three spirals proportioned according to the Fibonacci sequence. Each spiral grows from the rib cage to envelop a different ... read more

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Cymatic Textiles

These digitally printed textiles are derived from three dimensional explorations of cymatic patterns, produced for threeAsfour's Spring 2017 collection Quantum Vibrations. Each pattern is scripted to fluctuate between two conditions—produc... read more