3D printing offers all sorts of possibilities for creating things, from body parts to guns and even houses. And according to a 3D printing news site, Dutch architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars from Universe Architecture has come up with a one-piece building to be constructed using a 3D printer.
Originally developed for design competition Europan, the Landscape House would be printed in pieces and then assembled, hopefully in 2014.
Ruijssenaars will work with Italian inventor Enrico Dini, founder of the D-Shape 3D printer, to do so. Apparently, it may be capable of printing a two-story building using layers of sand and an inorganic binder, which could then be strengthened with reinforced concrete.
"It will be the first 3D printed building in the world. I hope it can be opened to the public when it's finished."