Printed Sustainability

The construction of new buildings becomes more sustainable with 3D-printing

Implications - While the use of 3D-printing in architecture and construction isn’t new, it is emerging as a leading source of sustainable building materials. As consumers and companies continue to become more conscientious about the impact of their individual carbon footprint, they are turning to technology to help solve the challenges of transitioning to more sustainable living.
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Living 3D-Printed Cabins - This Cabin Was Made Using 4,500 Living Plant Tiles
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This Cabin Was Made Using 4,500 Living Plant Tiles
While 3D printed cabins aren’t a new concept, this space created by the California-based company Emerging Objects breathes new life into the tech-fueled mini homes. An individual is able to... [More]
Sustainable 3D-Printed Homes - The First 3D-Printed Concrete Houses Will Appear in the Netherlands
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The First 3D-Printed Concrete Houses Will Appear in the Netherlands
3D printing has granted designers the ability to create almost anything, and over the next five years, the city of Eindhoven will proudly house the first ever 3D-printed concrete houses. Known as... [More]
3D-Printed Hemp Houses - This Collaborative Housing Project from Mirreco and Arcforms is Sustainable
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This Collaborative Housing Project from Mirreco and Arcforms is Sustainable
Sustainability in housing will likely continue to gain momentum going forward as designers seek to create living spaces without causing detrimental effects on the environment, which is what these 3D-... [More]
Flower-Shaped Printed Abodes - WashU's 'Lotus House' Boasts a Sustainable, 3D-Printed Design
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WashU's 'Lotus House' Boasts a Sustainable, 3D-Printed Design
The ‘Lotus House’ is a 3D-printed, sustainable 650-square-foot structure designed by Team WashU as part of the 2018 Solar Decathlon China. The student team from Washington University... [More]
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