This is a 3D printed tiny house on a foundation built by Icon Build in 2018. According to their website, it’s actually the first permitted 3D printed home in America! Pretty cool, right? Here is a tour of the tiny home they built using 3D-printing construction technology. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments.
What if you could download and print a house for half the cost?
After finding this video on Facebook, I had three of our awesome readers send in this amazing tip: A 3D-printed house that took just 24 hours to build and cost only $10,000!
Yes, it’s real. Apis Cor, a Russian company, doesn’t build homes — they print them. Their model home has a very unique design, but the technology is also capable of printing concrete homes in a traditional style. What’s most fascinating is that this home was not printed in pieces — it was printed as a whole, intact home (minus windows/roof).
This could revolutionize the building and construction market, and change the affordability of homes for the better. Oh ya, and if that’s not cool enough, Apis Cor says they want to be the first to build on Mars!
Be sure to watch the whole video and be mesmerized by the future in action.
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