As housing prices soar and availability plummets, developers look to 3D print houses that are cheaper, faster, and more sustainable.
3D printed concrete is transforming construction sites worldwide. Learn what it's all about and where you can find a concrete 3D printer or construction company to build your next home or office.
3D printed houses are a reality! Check out our selection of the most amazing 3D printed houses, buildings, and projects worldwide.
If your 3D printer seems small, you're right. Check out the Vulcan II, a beast of a machine that 3D prints beautiful homes in less than a day.
3D printing is all the rage in construction, but are 3D printed houses that much cheaper than traditional ones? Read about all about them.
You've heard of them, but what's the real potential of 3D printed houses? Learn why this technology is changing the face of construction.
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.
While there are several projects completed, 3D printed houses for sale are not a common sight. Read on for the latest developments!
How do you 3D print a house? The answer is, "it depends." Learn about the main techniques used to build a house. One. Layer. At. A. Time.
A French family of five has just become the first to ever move into a fully 3D printed house. Constructed in just 54 hours, the inhabitable structure is 1,022 square feet large, and includes four bedrooms and a central living area.
Students from Washington University in St. Louis have been working on an energy-efficient prototype house for the past eight months. The Lotus House will be unveiled as part of Solar Decathlon China 2018 this month.
Italian company WASP could make a difference for those in need of housing by using their 3D printer to build cheap accommodation quickly.
3D printing is getting big, literally. We take a look at 3D printing buildings to see if that is a topic we will read and hear more about. And: Yes, we will.
Researchers at ETH Zurich have realized the first full-scale architectural project using 3D sand printing for its formwork. The result is a huge lightweight concrete "Smart Slab" at the DFAB House.
University of Nantes team of engineers has showcased emergency 3D printed house that is realized in just 30 minutes.
Using 3D printing technologies, the Italian company WASP seeks to find the most efficient and cost-effective ways to produce buildings in Central Africa.