Tiny house stamped on 3D printer, appeared in the former industrial area of Amsterdam (Holland). A dwelling with an area of only 8 sq. meters made of bioplastic. The creators propose to use such constructions as an effective solution for quickly creating temporary shelters for victims of natural disasters.
Dutch architecture studio DUS offered her new development - Urban cabin … This tiny house is 3D printed from bioplastics and installed on a concrete foundation. Black thread bioplastic with linseed oil was developed by Henkel. Printing, home installation and communications take four weeks.
Because the Urban Cabin is designed as a temporary dwelling, there is only enough room for a sofa bed. Natural light passes through a larger window and glass door. Interestingly, the bathroom is outside the house. Daredevils are invited to plunge into it right under the stars.
The architects believe that 3D printing has great potential in the field of fast construction of houses, and suggest using their Urban Cabin project as a temporary shelter for tourists or for victims of natural disasters.
Construction technologies based on the use of huge 3D printers are improving at a rapid pace. The Chinese company WinSun carried out building a house in as many as 5 floors by printing it on a 3D printer.