WATG Urban Architecture reveals the world’s first freeform 3D-printed house. Despite looking like a futuristic spacecraft, it features a modern interior core and an exterior skin comprised of rolling archways that provide an organic feel and “rethink[s] traditional architectural aesthetics, ergonomics, construction, building systems, and structure from the ground up,” according to the press release. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for a few bonus 3D-printing disasters.
“The aptly named Curve Appeal is envisioned as a bubble-like structure with undulating slopes and space-age style. The design fuses a desire for connection to nature with efficient building technologies for a home of the future that serves its occupants as well as it serves the surrounding environment,” according to Inhabitat.