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3D-printed Austin house becomes international model

3D-printed Austin house becomes international model

Written by David

March 15, 2019

3D house printed in Austin during SXSW 2018 In the back lot of an East Austin house—an early 20th century home repurposed as an office—stands a sweet, tiny house made of concrete and wood. The 350-square-foot home—the first fully permitted one in the nation, was created in about 48 hours of printing time and unveiled in March 2018 . The end result is a warm, welcoming, light-filled house with separate bedroom, living, bathroom, and kitchen areas—in addition to tons of charm. The 350-square-foot home–the first permitted 3D printed home in the nation, was created in about 48 hours of print time and unveiled in March 2018. The house was the result of a collaboration between Austin-based Icon , a startup focused on creating new, sustainable building practices to make quality homes accessible to all, and New Story , a nonprofit dedicated to building low-cost homes internationally. In South Austin […]

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