Last year they built a series (the total number is unclear) of 3D-printed homes for a nonprofit to house homeless Austin residents:
This year, they’re selling “the first 3D-printed homes for sale in the U.S.,” also in Austin. Four homes designed by Logan Architecture have gone on the market, and at press time one was already purchased. “Each home includes a private yard, covered parking, open floor plan, bespoke interior design, large windows, high performance HVAC and a minimalist architectural aesthetic,” they write.
Here’s the site and some renderings of the houses:
Here’s what the printing process looks like:
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And here are the floorplans of the four houses:
The houses are not entirely 3D-printed; it’s just the first floor that’s made from squirted concrete, while the second floor is framed out in wood.
While it’s often said that 3D-printed structures will evenutally prove to be more economical than conventionally built ones, we’re not there yet; these houses are in the $450k range. You can learn more here.