Innovative Construction: The Rise of 3D Printed Housing

3D printing allows for more complex and intricate designs that might be challenging or expensive with traditional construction methods.

In the ever-evolving landscape of construction, a revolution is taking place, reshaping the very foundations of how homes are envisioned and built—enter 3D printed housing. This transformative technology isn’t just a glimpse into the future; it’s a tangible force changing the dynamics of the construction industry. In this in-depth exploration, unravel the origins, current applications, […]

Tri House

Dublin, Ireland – Urban Agency Built Area: 180.0 m2Year Built: 2018Photographs: Paul Tierney Photography What does one do with a triangle-shaped plot of land? The architects of Tri House built a triangle-shaped home. The lot is actually located at the back of an existing building. It was once occupied by the homeowner’s tree house. Despite its […]

AM House

Brazil – NV Arquitetura Built Area: 580.0 m2Year Built: 2017Photographs: Lio Simas, Rpdois Imagens AM House is a luxurious, contemporary home designed to keep abreast with the changing times. It’s fully automated and makes use of up-to-date technology. Despite its modern vibe, the house has not compromised comfort. The homeowners, after all, wanted a home that incorporates […]

Oak Pass Main House

Beverly Hills, United States – Walker Workshop Built Area: 743.2 m2 Year Built: 2015 Photographs: Joe Fletcher Oak Pass Main House is a stunning abode surrounded by more than 130 Coast Live Oak trees. Because this is a protected tree species in California, the architects had to strategically integrate them into the layout of the house. […]

By the Way House

Poland – KWK Promes Built Area:     697.0 m2 Year Built:     2016 Photographs:    Juliusz Sokoàowski, Olo Studio, Jarosàaw Syrek By the Way House stands on a large plot of secluded land near a river. A long driveway leads to and from the house, winding its way through the topography. The architects used this ribbon […]

House P

Austria – Gangoly & Kristiner Architekten Built Area:     330.0 m2 Year Built:     2015 Photographs:    Paul Ott House P is actually a barn house situated in the mountainous area of southern Austria. Its blueprint is unique in such a way that it combines contemporary with traditional design. Because of this, the homeowner gets to […]

Gunston Place

Raleigh, United States – Don Kranbuehl Built Area: 306.58 m2 Year Built: 2015 Photographs: Mark Herboth Photography LLC Gunston Place House is a renovation and addition project of a suburbian colonial home. The original structure was built in 1981. It was a closed-in box and the owners wanted to transform it into a sun-drenched home. […]

House in Correas

Petrópolis, Brazil – Rodrigo Simão Arquitetura Built Area: 449.0 m2 Year Built: 2014 Photographs: André Nazareth, Anita Soares House in Correas is a dreamy family home. Instead of being vertical and towering, the house was designed to be horizontal and expansive. The owners wanted a cozy getaway – a sunshine home. The house is low, burrowed into […]

Moeda House

Moeda, Brazil – Mutabile Arquitetura Built Area: 280.0 m2Year Built: 2016Photographs: Carlos Dias Moeda House’s design brief was rather simple: to maximize the view surrounding the property. The house features a stunning landscape of mountains and forests. It stands isolated among other properties, making it a true haven for relaxation. The open plan layout works […]

Cedar and Stone House

United States – Mago Architecture Built Area: 353.0 m2 Year Built: 2018 The design of Cedar and Stone House takes inspiration from a barn house. This was purposely done so that the house complements the agrarian nature of the land where it stands. Clad in – you guessed it right – cedar and stone, the […]