As housing prices soar and availability plummets, developers look to 3D print houses that are cheaper, faster, and more sustainable.
3D printed houses are popping up all around the globe! Read on for some interesting projects, and find out how much a 3D printed house costs.
3D printing is all the rage in construction, but are 3D printed houses that much cheaper than traditional ones? Read about all about them.
At least the idea of 3D printed houses has been around for a while. Learn about the first 3D printed house projects turning it into reality.
PrintStones, a start-up based in Vienna, Austria, has developed a mobile concrete 3D printer which it believes will automate the construction of pavement and concrete slabs directly on the construction site.
Zaha Hadid Architects and ETH Zurich have collaborated to create the KnitCandela, a colorful and visually striking concrete structure that was produced with a newly developed 3D-knitted textile technology called KnitCrete.
The design studio HANNAH has placed its award-winning 3D printed “RRRolling Stones” furniture collection throughout Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, New York.
The Eindhoven University is partnering with various companies to 3D print a community of five houses. The concrete structures will be fully habitable, and will be available to residents next year.
The Thai cement manufacturer SCG has developed a special concrete material to 3D print structures with a unique weaving pattern. The 3D printed concrete technique offers improved structural integrity and a stunning aesthetic.