Model of Softkill Design 3D printed house
 

Model of Softkill Design 3D printed house

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http://www.softkilldesign.berta.me/

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Softkill Design's wild, spiderweb-like design takes a very different, more conceptual approach to 3-D printing. The idea is represented here, in a 3-D printed model at 1:33 scale. Made entirely out of woven 3-D printed plastic, the prototype would preserve materials and reduce labor time. The construction is based on an algorithm that imitates bone growth and deposits more material along lines of stress, using only what's necessary and efficient.This initial design is the firm's first prototype of a 3-D house, where they experimented with different ways to combine 3-D printing and architecture.Clearly, many logistical issues need to be addressed, so Softkill is currently working on a second version of the house that would resolve concerns about function and comfort for real life use.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

oldhouseworks added this to cool
September 8, 2013
cool!
Daniel added this to Dramatic and Unusual Ideas
June 24, 2013
Softkill Design's wild, spiderweb-like design takes a very different, more conceptual approach to 3-D printing. The idea is represented here, in a 3-D printed model at 1:33 scale. Made entirely out of woven 3-D printed plastic, the prototype would preserve materials and reduce labor time. The construction is based on an algorithm that imitates bone growth and deposits more material along lines of stress, using only what's necessary and efficient.
olgarueda added this to olgarueda's ideas
June 23, 2013
tesis Cami 4
pamiozaki added this to pamiozaki's Ideas
June 23, 2013
3D
DW Interiors added this to New and Crazy Ideas
June 20, 2013
I really think it's creepy but the technology is fascinating!
mmranu added this to mmranu's Ideas
June 19, 2013
Very unique
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