Photo credit: Bart van Overbeeke
A Dutch couple, Elize Lutz and Harrie Dekkers, have moved into Europe’s first fully 3D-printed house in Europe, which is located in the Bosrijk neighborhood of Eindhoven, Netherlands. This boulder-shaped, detached single-story home spans 94 square meters of living space, consisting of a spacious living room and two bedrooms. It boasts extra thick insulation and a connection to the heat grid to keep it comfortable and energy efficient year-round.
This home is a part of Project Milestone, a joint construction and innovation project backed by Eindhoven University of Technology, Van Wijnen, Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix, Vesteda, the Municipality of Eindhoven and Witteveen+Bos. The partners wanted to take 3D-printing to the next level, which resulted in the odd shape you see here, and the most challenging section to print was its inclining walls. The structure is comprised of 24 printed concrete elements, which had to be created layer by layer at the printing plant in Eindhoven. They were then transported by truck to the building site and placed on a foundation before a roof as well as frames were applied.
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- Features details like the Executive Residence, West Wing, East Wing and connecting colonnades, the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden and Rose Garden
- The collectible model can easily be divided into 3 sections for closer inspection of the architectural details
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- Please note that only LED light set. All LEGO sets showed in images and videos are not included.
- Package contains dot lights, expansion boards, connecting cables, battery holder(batteries not included), adhesive squares, and instruction.
With this small building, a first major step has been taken today in the development of construction into a high-quality manufacturing industry. From design to implementation, digitalization leads to sustainable and affordable homes tailored to the wishes of the occupant. I’m proud that the knowledge we’ve developed at TU/e has led to this innovation by industry, with the help of the municipality, within a short timeframe,” said Theo Salet, Professor of Concrete Structures, Eindhoven University of Technology.