DUS Public Architecture plans to construct a entire house with a giant machine using bioplastics.
DUS Public Architecture in Amsterdam is set to develop and create a whole house using a giant 3D printer. The printer is a custom-built KamerMaker that is housed inside a shipping container.
The large-scale printer is situated where the house plans to be: by the canal in Amsterdam. DUS hopes that the first room can be completed by the end of 2013. The 3D-printed house will also have an eco-friendly concept as the rooms will be printed using sustainable materials like bioplastics, and potato starch.
Once the canal house is completed, it wil be an educational space to invite the public to learn more about 3D printing. It will also be a hub for 3D-printed architecture research. Watch the video below to see the 3D printer in action: