There are a steadily increasing number of 3D-printed homes around the world and travelers can now stay in the fully 3D-printed Fibonacci House on Airbnb. This first-of-its-kind listing on Airbnb is located in British Columbia, Canada and it gets its name from the famed golden ratio. As such, the rooms and their fixed elements were based on the Fibonacci shape and the house sets itself apart with walls that curve.
The compact 377-square-foot house includes a living area, sleeping space for two adults and two kids, a furnished kitchen, a bathroom and two mezzanine stories. The soundproof home is made from strong concrete, which provides assurance that it will last against the elements.
The house was printed over the span of just 11 days with 20 parts created with 3D printing.