3D Housing 05, a collaborative effort with CLS Architetti and Arup, has successfully built a 3D-Printed House in only two days. What’s more, the house itself has been 3D-printed in such a way that it can easily be deconstructed, only to be reassembled easily wherever someone might want to move.
|This new 3D-printed house was built by a portable robot in just 48 hours|
There are a lot of 3D-printed houses popping up these days, but this is the first time an architect with the renown of Massimiliano Locatelli of CLS Architetti and Arup has tackled one. Built out of a special quick-drying mortar, the 1,076-square-foot house was constructed in just 48 hours. Locatelli envisions 3D printing as the housing of the future – and that his house could be constructed anywhere,”even the moon.”
The project, 3D Housing 05, was built on-site by a portable robot as a way of showing how 3D-printing can reduce construction waste but still create a beautiful space. The house is the first of its kind, because it is 3D-printed, but can be deconstructed and reassembled somewhere else. Like you’d expect from such respected names in architecture, the house is quite stylish. A one-story home with curved walls and four separate spaces built out of 35 modules, the house embraces its 3D-printed roots, with the printing texture adding warmth to the concrete space.