UK company 3Distributed launched a new 3D landscaping service this week called Printscape 3D. The goal of this service is to use modern printing technology to create highly detailed and accurate landscapes off of 3D…
There are a handful of companies developing architectural 3D printers that can print homes and office buildings.
Nature is efficient, but armed with supercomputing and 3D printing, can engineers produce materials that outperform bone?
In an effort to eventually print houses, Emerging Objects is staying ahead of the curve by developing durable and renewable materials.
A 90-minute lecture by Enrico Dini, the inventor of the D-Shape, the world’s largest 3D printer, with which he intends to someday build houses.
New York’s coast has taken a beating over the years, including from Superstorm Sandy, and the D-Shape 3D printer will be used to repair some of the damage.
3D Printing buildings isn’t a new concept, but FabClay introduces an old material to automated architecture.
Dutch architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars has designed an “endless” house and he hopes to 3D print it with a D-Shape 3D printer.
In 2013 architects will have the aid of Inition’s iPad app that creates visual overlays on scale architectural models, displaying wind currents, lighting, and more.
Neri Oxman, designer, architect and founder of the Mediated Matter group at MIT’s Media Lab, on the five tenants of a new kind of architecture. Hint: it’s 3D printed.