Dutch couple move into worlds first 3D printed home

A Dutch couple have moved into the world’s first 3D printed house.

Elize Lutz, 70, and Harrie Dekkers, 67, are retired shopkeepers from Amsterdam.

They received their digital key – an app allowing them to open the front door of their two-bedroom house at the press of a button – on Thursday.

“It is beautiful,” said Lutz. “It has the feel of a bunker – it feels safe,” added Dekkers.

The building has beeen designed and constructed by a company called Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix.

The house is 94sq meters of living space and the entire wall structure has been made using a 3D printer nozzle.

Other 3D houses have been built. However, this is also the first one which is 100% permitted by the local authorities and which is habited by people who actually pay for living in this house.

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maddie
maddie
15 days ago

wow thats cool

Anonymous
Anonymous
15 days ago

Wow!

jamezb0y
jamezb0y
14 days ago

It is surprising, however I wouldn’t trust the house if I were them

Lucas
Lucas
13 days ago

wow 🤯

The Other Anonymous Person
The Other Anonymous Person
13 days ago

Pretty amazing, eh?

lucy
lucy
13 days ago

Cool, but weird

Angus
Angus
10 days ago

It’s extraordinary! But it could be made with plastic imagine the effect that could have put on wildlife.

Entity303
Entity303
2 days ago

R U sure its safe? I mean what if somebody burnt it down while you’re sleeping? Anyways that is extra cool and ordinary

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