Located at the intersection of design and technology, Bradley Rothenberg is focused on making 3D printed textiles, jewelry and accessories a viable and accessible reality. With the goal of unlocking the potential that 3D printing has to forever change the design, and manufacturing of textiles jewelry and accessories, the studio explores 3D printing’s potential to create complex objects that could not be made in other ways.
Bradley Rothenberg has worked with some of the most cutting edge fashion brands and is at the forefront in introducing brands to 3D printing technology. As 3d printing becomes increasingly used in the fashion industry, the studio helps brands incorporate 3d printing into their own lines.
381 Broadway #203
New York, NY 10013
Bradley Rothenberg is a 2009 graduate of Pratt Institute. Prior to forming Bradley Rothenberg, Bradley worked in various architectural environments around the world, including a tenure with Acconci Studio which oversaw the development and execution of pavilions and multimedia installations in Italy, Hong Kong, and Holland. Bradley has collaborated with artists and designers such as Ai Wei Wei, ThreeASFOUR. His independent work has been exhibited at Design Miami and the 2010 Hong Kong-Shenzen Biennial.
Greg Schroy graduated from New York University’s Gallatin school of Individualized Study. Prior to Co-founding Bradley Rothenberg he was the Co-Founder of Bamboo Bike Studio. There Greg helped to set up a factory in Ghana which built and sold Bamboo Bikes across Africa. The bikes created were the most affordable bikes available on the continent. Greg also currently manages small seed stage investment fund.
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