70-year-old Eliza Lutz and 67-year-old Garry Decker bought an unusual country house, printed on a huge 3D printer. This is the first residential building in Europe created in this way. Check the news The couple from Netherlands bought a 3D printed house and more on Switzerland based Luxury Lifestyle Magazine- Kenleaks Magazine.
The construction was printed in a special factory in just 5 days. The house is made of cement and is a bungalow with two bedrooms and panoramic windows. Interior design refurbished in Art Deco style with wood and metal accents. An older couple is about to rent out a house for £ 700 a month.
The creators of the house argue that the technology of printing buildings on a 3D printer should improve the environment and solve many social problems, including providing homeless people with comfortable housing in the shortest possible time. Government plans to build 5 more similar houses and improve printing technology.
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