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Modern, 3D-Printed Backyard Office

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This is the Azure Sky, a 3D-printed, prefab, 120-sq.-ft. backyard studio by Azure Printed Homes.

It starts at $24,900 and features a super-modern design with curved floor-to-ceiling windows making it perfect for a home office or fitness space. What are your thoughts on 3D-printed structures like this? 

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120-sq.-ft. Backyard Studio by Azure Printed Homes

Using 3D-printing technology, the structures are built using recycled plastic.

Azure Printed Homes uses robotic arms to 3D print their structures.

They opened a 15,000-square-foot factory in Culver City and are now accepting pre-orders. Production is not expected until 2023.


  • The Sky model
  • Azure Printed Homes
  • 120-sq.-ft.
  • 3D Printed
  • Works great as a home office or fitness space
  • Starts at $24,900
  • Pre-order for a refundable $100 deposit

They have various other models, too, including larger homes. Learn more below!

What are your thoughts on 3D-printed homes?

It’s pretty exciting to see 3D-printed prefab tiny homes coming to market soon, what are your thoughts on 3D-printed homes? Let’s talk about them in the comments!

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  • jerry dycus
    June 21, 2022, 9:53 am

    Nice looking example but I doubt it is 3D printed. They have no pictures or any detail at all how it is built and make claims regular ones can’t be made as fast which is not true as I can and do in less total time.
    Great idea building from recycled plastic, let’s see it actually being built.

    • James D.
      June 21, 2022, 10:59 am

      No, it’s definitely 3D printed, that part isn’t a issue… Follow all the news report of how the company started, their prototypes, their youtube page, etc.

      • jerry dycus
        June 21, 2022, 12:36 pm

        They didn’t here or on their website. So show me them building it in detail with a 3D printer finished in 24 hr.

        • James D.
          June 21, 2022, 12:43 pm

          Like I said, follow all the news reports of how the company started, their prototypes, their youtube page, etc. It’s all there!

          This company has already been in business for awhile, they’re scaling up now and partnering with Oasis to produce 14 3D printed home community project starting this August…

        • jerry dycus
          June 21, 2022, 2:37 pm

          So in other words you can’t.

    • James D.
      June 21, 2022, 3:28 pm

      No, in other words I don’t have to, if you’d bothered to look, you’ll find it! Just like you would have to do for just about every other manufacturer on the planet as most of them don’t show all the details of their operation on their website. You might as well doubt cars and other manufacturers too then by that logic.

      Seriously, they’ve got an Instagram page, a youtube page, in addition to their website, there’s been numerous news stories on them, they have photos of the machinery they use and videos showing it working, they’ve had an open house and a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the new factory in Culver City in front of one of their actual 3D printed structures, they’ve had dot.LA visit the Azure Printed Homes factory for an example of a news outlet that actually toured their facility…

      The CEO has been interviewed and you can ask him any questions on their Instagram page, their website gives many of those links, there’s the fact they’re an officially registered company and have now partnered with other companies like the mentioned partnership with Oasis Developers to produce those 14 3D printed homes…

      So there’s no real question it’s 3D printed, the only thing you can question are their claims on speed, how well the finished product performs, how much of the structure is 3D printed, CNC’ed, their claims of being sustainable, etc. as those take a lot more to prove…

  • David Laker
    June 21, 2022, 9:54 am

    I would expect a great deal more for $25 grand. That’s only the beginning.
    Other than being of unique design shape, it has very little else going for it. Maybe the goldfish bowl aspect is appealing to some?
    Please re-visit this in a year and report on progress.

    • James D.
      June 21, 2022, 11:18 am

      Probably have to re-evaluate your expectations with 3D printed products and how they’re priced. This is a scaled up version of the smaller desktop 3D filament printers that let you print any design you submit to it and it can supposedly finish a print in as little as under 24 hours.

      So the above is only examples of what they can produce and the costs involve convenience, ability to design it just about anyway you wish, speed to produce, and quality of the print and anything they have to do to finish it…

      While they’ve already been producing the above for back yard applications, but more recent is a partnership with Oasis to produce a 14 3D printed home community, starting in August…

  • June 22, 2022, 8:58 pm

    Again, humanity will have to find a method of low-cost housing. I have high hopes for the Geopolymer system of 3-D printing IF the system can utilize HEMP hurds as feedstock supplement or even recycled materials as is being done in China. We HAVE to reduce our waste as well as find someplace where the 140 million north Americans displaced by sea rise THIS CENTURY will be able to survive….As you probably know the Geopolymer system does not use water as a curing agent and should be more effective than traditional HEMPCRETE Having a remote build factory and mobility is probably the only way we will salvage civilization….IMHO

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