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3D-printed castle heralds future of click-and-print architecture

By - September 1, 2014 12 Pictures
Though 3D printing technology is still relatively new, it may become an important tool for architects and the construction industry, as highlighted by projects like the recent 3D-printing of 10 homes in a day. The latest example of this progress comes via US-based Andrey Rudenko, who has created a small concrete "castle" structure in his backyard using a large 3D printer he built himself. Next up, he's making a house. Read More
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Off-grid Jero yurt assembles in a few hours, can be towed by bike

By - August 27, 2014 20 Pictures
Ancient nomadic people knew a thing or two about living off-grid, so it makes sense that Scottish company Trakke drew on the traditional Central Asian yurt for inspiration when designing a modern shelter. The Jero yurt can serve as an extra bedroom, a basic off-grid dwelling, or a glamping retreat. The company also says it's towable by bike and can be assembled in a few hours without any tools. Read More

Bricks laid at BIG's new Lego House

In a curious case of architecture imitating toys which imitate architecture, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has begun construction on the Lego House. Located in Lego's hometown of Billund, Denmark, the building will resemble an oversized Lego structure and is expected to be completed in 2016. Read More
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Artistic space constructed from shipping containers and double-decker buses

By - August 26, 2014 9 Pictures
We've previously covered lots of shipping container-based architecture projects on Gizmag, running the gamut from passively-cooled homes to larger structures like a shipping terminal. The latest such example to come to our attention is the Village Underground Lisboa: a multi-use space aimed at creative types that was recently installed in Portugal's capital city. Read More

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