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Arup and CLS Architetti’s 3D-printed house was built in a week

Arup and CLS Architetti's 3D-printed house was built in a week

Written by David

November 19, 2018

Our latest Dezeen x MINI Living video investigates a 3D-printed house , which was built in a week, onsite in a Milan square, using recycled concrete. Engineering firm Arup and architecture studio CLS Architetti collaborated on the project, which was exhibited during Milan design week this year. Arup and CLS Architetti unveiled the 3D-printed house during Milan design week Named 3D Housing 05, the structure was printed within Milan’s Piazza Cesare Beccaria square in just a week. After construction the 100-square-metre house contained a living area, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and was topped with a roof terrace. The house’s curved walls were printed by a compact and mobile robot, which can print a single wall in 60 to 90 minutes. The machine was designed by Cybe Construction – a 3D-printing company from the Netherlands The structure was printed by a compact and mobile robot that can print one wall in […]


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