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One of the world’s first 3D printed houses, designed by CLS Architects and built in 46 hours.

Customer: CLS Architeti

Print Details: 100 sqm villa, 35 wall elements, printed in 46 hours, printed on-site in Milano, Italy

Start of project: Q1 2018

Dialogued

3D HOUSING 05 establishes a dialogue with the context, interpreting economic, human, social and productive changes in the contemporary world. The villa is composed of a living area, a bedroom area, a kitchen, a bathroom and a terrace roof. The interiors have been designed with reference to archetypes of the past

Materials

The concrete composite – the basic construction material – is juxtaposed with equally strong and timeless materials: the brass of the window frames, the marble of the bath fixtures, the smoothed plaster as one of the possible wall finishes, the sheets of polished brass for a reinterpreted industrial kitchen.

Surface

The stratification of the concrete generates a pattern, a surface on which climbing plants can grow spontaneously, reaching the roof which becomes an urban garden. The project comes from the desire to think about our future, to improve the quality of life through the revolution of technology.

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Milan Villa

One of the world’s first 3D printed houses, designed by CLS Architects and built in 46 hours.

Customer: CLS Architeti

Print Details: 100 sqm villa, 35 wall elements, printed in 46 hours, printed on-site in Milano, Italy

Start of project: Q1 2018

Dialogued

3D HOUSING 05 establishes a dialogue with the context, interpreting economic, human, social and productive changes in the contemporary world. The villa is composed of a living area, a bedroom area, a kitchen, a bathroom and a terrace roof. The interiors have been designed with reference to archetypes of the past

Materials

The concrete composite – the basic construction material – is juxtaposed with equally strong and timeless materials: the brass of the window frames, the marble of the bath fixtures, the smoothed plaster as one of the possible wall finishes, the sheets of polished brass for a reinterpreted industrial kitchen.

Surface

The stratification of the concrete generates a pattern, a surface on which climbing plants can grow spontaneously, reaching the roof which becomes an urban garden. The project comes from the desire to think about our future, to improve the quality of life through the revolution of technology.

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Milan Villa

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Milan Villa

One of the world’s first 3D printed houses, designed by CLS Architects and built in 46 hours.

Customer: CLS Architeti

Print Details: 100 sqm villa, 35 wall elements, printed in 46 hours, printed on-site in Milano, Italy

Start of project: Q1 2018

Dialogued

3D HOUSING 05 establishes a dialogue with the context, interpreting economic, human, social and productive changes in the contemporary world. The villa is composed of a living area, a bedroom area, a kitchen, a bathroom and a terrace roof. The interiors have been designed with reference to archetypes of the past

Materials

The concrete composite – the basic construction material – is juxtaposed with equally strong and timeless materials: the brass of the window frames, the marble of the bath fixtures, the smoothed plaster as one of the possible wall finishes, the sheets of polished brass for a reinterpreted industrial kitchen.

Surface

The stratification of the concrete generates a pattern, a surface on which climbing plants can grow spontaneously, reaching the roof which becomes an urban garden. The project comes from the desire to think about our future, to improve the quality of life through the revolution of technology.

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