The Eindhoven University is partnering with various companies to 3D print a community of five houses. The concrete structures will be fully habitable, and will be available to residents next year.
3D printed structures are being erected across the world, but a heavy portion of this concrete additive manufacturing innovation seems to be centered in the Netherlands. Last year, the Eindhoven University of Technology and the UK-based construction company BAM began 3D printing a functional bicycle bridge in the city.
Now, the university is working with the municipality of Eindhoven and four companies; Van Wijnen, Vesteda, Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix and Witteveen+Bos to create an entire community of 3D printed houses.
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