The first house to be built by a 3D printer will be in Amsterdam by Dus Architects.
They’ve developed a 3D printer (the KamerMaker) large enough to print big sections of a house that can then be stacked and connected like LEGO blocks.
They’ve only built a small section at this point, and they have yet to find a way to make it sturdy while still remaining biodegradable, which is the end goal: a recyclable house made with zero waste.
It’s an amazing concept, but I’m curious: would you live in a home printed by a 3D printer?
Watch the video and let me know your thoughts in the comment section!
See more at ArchDaily.
Photo via 3DPRINTCANALHOUSE.