This cuff style bracelet was designed for a competition that Design Museum Foundation organized. Participants were charged to develop a piece of jewelry that embraced 3D printing as the means for it's realization. CASA features a line of G-code (language that guides 3D printers) in between two structural bands. The particular code included in the design is the instruction a given machine receives to return to it's 'home' position. The interplay between the text and the outer bands creates unique counter forms while making the bracelet comfortable for the user.