This concrete tiny house might not look like much, but it's a marvel of 3D-printed architecture. The structure was created by a 3D concrete printer called the Vesta in just 24 hours—the machine was able to crank out about three feet per second to create this impressive 8' x 5' x 7' home.
Beyond being an impressive example of how far 3D printing has come in architecture and design alone, this 3D-printed tiny house prototype set up in Houston, Texas could revolutionize the production of disaster relief shelters and other temporary abodes. While definitely smaller than most, it's emphasized that this micro-home is in fact fully liveable.
Following this demonstration, there are plans to further refine the V3 Vesta Printer and develop an up-to-code home to be developed in Michigan.
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