DUS Architects' KamerMaker in action
Construction as exhibition?
DUS Architects' KamerMaker is 6 meters tall
1:20 scale test components are printed with an Ultimaker 3D printer
The KamerMaker at work
Inside DUS Architects' KamerMaker
DUS Architect's vision for a 3D-printed canal house in Amsterdam
A top-down view from inside the KamerMaker
KamerMaker will print building components, like this rosette window, on site
It is surely now but a matter of time before we are reporting on the completion of the first 3D-printed house, or at least something purported to be such a thing. Amsterdam-based DUS Architects is the latest company to show its hand, and has developed its own 3D printer, the KamerMaker (literally, RoomMaker), with the intention of 3D printing a house before the end of the year.
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