Interesting 3D-printed house in Amsterdam

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Playing with the possibilities of three-dimensional printing, architectural studio DUS Architects created all modern 3D-printed house. Named “urban cabin”, the compact house has dark notes, an interesting fairy-tale form and is set beside the canals in Amsterdam.

The house has an interesting, irregular shape and the façade is constructed with geometric pattern. There is a small porch where you can rest in the courtyard with views of nature. The house is small and compact. Apart from the small porch, the interior can fit a double bed or a sofa that can be opened as a bed. The room is comfortable enough for a relaxing weekend in nature.

The idea of “DUS Architects” was to use such prefabricated houses for temporary housing in areas of natural disasters. In such cases, once the need for its use ceases, the material can be recycled and used for something else.

(Photo Credits: Sophia van den Hoek)

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