Netherlands-based Dus Architects plan to 3D print a canal house in the Dutch capital of Amsterdam. Construction is planned to start the first week of March. Amsterdam has been building canal houses, known as “Amsterdam…
There are a handful of companies developing architectural 3D printers that can print homes and office buildings.
In an effort to eventually print houses, Emerging Objects is staying ahead of the curve by developing durable and renewable materials.
3D Printing buildings isn’t a new concept, but FabClay introduces an old material to automated architecture.
Lurking securely in one of the corners of 3D Printshow London, what appeared to be a sloppily recreated dinosaur skull was actually a scaled prototype of a printed house.
Dutch architecture firm DUS has produced a prototype of the KamerMaker 3D printer that is big enough to print furniture-sized models and even small structures that can actually offer shelter for people.
The traditional building construction process is horribly archaic. A process called Contour Crafting hopes to modernize the industry with 3D printing..