Charles Goulding Jr. considers the potential for 3D printing construction to aid in the affordable housing crisis.
Charles Goulding Jr. takes a look at the latest habitable construction project made using 3D printing technologies.
This week’s question is about construction 3D printing.
Charles Goulding y Andressa Bonafe consideran un nuevo año de soluciones de construcción avanzadas impulsadas por la fabricación
Charles Goulding and Andressa Bonafe consider a new year of advanced manufacturing-driven construction solutions.
Construction 3D printing is itself still a new venture; Mighty Buildings has emerged with a new take on this technology, though, surpassing some of the hype of other participants.
Construction 3D printing company ICON recently announced a $35 million Series A funding round, underscoring a bright future for the technology.
Charles Goulding and Liam Nixon of R&D Tax Savers examine concrete 3D printing.
We always enjoy seeing a great application of 3D printing and found a good one today: 3D printed geodesic dome joints from “hubs”.
Wallpaper commissioned 30 concept houses for the 4th International Architecture Biennale in Rotterdam. They felt their exhibit would best show the concepts by having actual 3D models on display. The DMC (Digital Manufacturing Centre) London produced these models for 30 different architectural clients for the exhibition. 3D design files were obtained from the architects and… Continue reading Wallpaper’s 30 Concept Houses
The Guardian’s Ian Wylie posts an interesting vision of the future, where he extrapolates technologies emerging today into full-on industries and associated job roles. They describe a great many truly interesting jobs of the year 2020, and one of them involves 3D printing: Construction Worker. Actually, they believe that Construction Workers might be at risk,… Continue reading 3D Jobs of the Future