A couple weeks ago we talked about 3D printing could become integrated with architecture.
Almost a year ago, a french family became the first to live in a 3D printed house. Which would have felt like a dream not that many years ago. Thankfully technology has been growing leaps and bounds and making dreams become possible sooner than expected.
NASA promoted a contest where architects and engineers were to explore alternative ways to construct structures in outer space. The winning company developed a 3D printing machine that could print 3 meters high, using natural materials found on Mars. This is has the possibility of being a huge cost savings as it would cut down on cost of material transportation.
Click here to read the article on Arch Daily as they also discuss the pros and cons of building using 3D printing.