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Innovative construction

New freedom of design and architecture through 3D-printing

In addition to the strong advantages for the speed, productivity and cost reduction of construction projects, 3D printing also offers the opportunity to design much more freely. Architecturally, this opens up previously unseen potentials for designing buildings with new standards in aesthetics, usability and material efficiency. The best thing: The added design finesse has little impact on the costs of 3D printing. This means that architecturally sophisticated buildings can be planned and implemented economically.

More options, more functionality

From freeforms, parametric design methods and individual facade structures: there are no limits to creativity in the design of 3D construction printing projects. On one hand, living spaces can be created whose architecture can create previously unseen atmospheres. At the same time, the form always offers function - and thus enables, for example, the saving of building materials or certain static properties. The possibilities are almost limitless and it is up to innovative architects and designers to challenge them.

Interior Design Potentials

What's more: In interior spaces, the individual shaping of the printed walls offer a special design highlight. In addition to printed wall structures, house building with the 3D printer offers a variety of possibilities to print parts of the interior.

Integration of other trades

Another advantage offered by  the construction printing of houses  is the integration of other trades.  This way, electrical lines, for example, can also be printed directly, and insulation material can be directly filled into the hollow printed walls. The advantage: Other trades are also taken into account at an early stage of planning.

By taking other trades into account at an early stage of planning, not only construction time but also coordination effort can be reduced. This automates construction site operations. Further advantages result from the elimination of trades (e.g. facade work) or the reduction in the work of surveyors for buildings with free geometries.

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