What is so special about this unique house in the world?
New architectural innovations are being developed to meet the housing needs of a growing population around the world, including 3D-printed homes, which cost significantly less than ordinary homes.
According to the international website, for the first time in Europe, a complete house has been made with a 3D printer in which a couple has taken up residence.
Dutch couple Elise Lewitz and Harry Decker have moved into a 3D printer-like home that looks like a glacier, Europe’s first legally owned 3D-printed property.
Its load-bearing walls are made with 3D printing technology and the whole house is equipped with the latest technology.
It does not have the option to open the front door with a key, but the door is opened with an app.
“The house feels like a bunker, safe, but beautiful,” said Elise Lewitz. It is very difficult and expensive to build a house with such a structure using traditional methods, but 3D printing reduces the cost considerably.
It was built by a construction company, St. Gobin Weber B. Max, and covers an area of 94 square meters.
A large robotic arm and nozzle were used for 3D printing of this house, with the addition of a special cement. The structure was later printed after the architect’s design and the walls were reinforced by adding one layer after another.