Reimagine the Future of Construction with “One-Piece” 3D-printed homes

The Provincial Centre for Sustainability and Innovation in Construction (better known as Kamp C ) in the Belgian municipality of Westerlo conceptualized and printed a two-story model home, measuring just shy of 970 square feet. It was produced as a single piece by a fixed 3D printer—a world’s first.

The concrete printer in question is also Europe’s largest. The first-of-its-kind home will remain at Kamp C, which functions as an autonomous provincial company of Antwerp and is located on the grounds of an old British military transit facility and making it as a first-step to create affordable homes.

Source: The Architect’s Newspaper

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