Dutch architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars has unveiled designs for the world's first 3D-printed house. The Landscape House takes the form of a continuous looping Möbius strip, rising out of the ground before folding back on itself in a seamless undulating band. Its complex geometries are not made of reinforced cast concrete, however, but layers of printed sand.
Working with mathematician and artist Rinus Roelofs, Ruijssenaars plans to create the building in sections of up to 6x9m, printed using the D-Shape printer. Developed by Italian engineer Enrico Dini, the printer uses the same stereolithography principles as smaller printers, only scaled up, using sand fused together with a chemical binding agent. The sections will be printed as hollow shells, which will then be filled with fibre-reinforced concrete for extra strength.
The World's Largest 3D Printed Art Installation Forbes “As an architect, you leapfrog the system (of engineers, material contractors, and builders),” he says, referring to the prevailing system of getting things done in architecture.
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