*Dutch bio-plastic, 3DPrinted house on the way.
Each of the 13 rooms in the house will be assembled digitally using computer coding before the whole thing is combined into one structure.
According to the firm: ‘The structure is scripted and this creates its proper strength but also generates ornament, and allows for new types of smart features, such as angled shading scripted to the exact solar angle.
‘Each printed room consists of several parts, which are joined together as large Lego-like blocks. Both the outside façade and the interior are printed at once, in one element. Within the 3D printed walls are spares for connecting construction, cables, pipes, wiring etc.’ (…)
Tokyo Apartment designed by Sou Fujimoto Architects in Tokyo, Japan.