Tagged with " Architektur"

Renderings & Details Unveiled for Extraordinary 3D Printed Home in New York

Back in August of 2014, 3DPrint.com broke a story on a project originating from New York City architect/contractor Adam Kushner, and the company which he is the president of, D-Shape Enterprises. That project was one of massive scale, something never seen before within the 3D printing space. Kushner had come up with a plan to 3D print an entire estate in upstate New York, consisting of a 3D printed 2400-square-foot house and a large 3D printed swimming pool, as well as a pool house and car port which will also be 3D printed. At the time, all that Kushner had to present were architectural drawings depicting how the enormous estate would be laid out.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Apr 22, 2015 - 3D-Druck News

Everyone Gets to Live In a Penthouse with This 3D Printed Rotating Building Concept

One of the primary functions of science fiction, beyond being cool, is using the fantastic worlds being created to subtly critique the ills of today by envisioning the problems of tomorrow. Extreme division of classes is one of the more popular tropes of the genre, and they are often populated with over-crowded mega-cities where the wealthy live literally at the top while the poor toil in the shadows of the massive urban sprawl.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Mrz 23, 2015 - 3D-Druck News

3D printing helps to accelerate construction of Gaudi’s Segrada Familia

When it comes to the architectural wonders of the world, Antonio Gaudi’s Segrada Familia immediately comes to mind. The Roman Catholic Church and UNESCO World Heritage Site is known worldwide for its unique blend of Gothic and curvilinear Art Nouveau forms, as well as for the incredible complexity of the interior and exterior elements, which have been described as “mathematical” and “space-aged,” despite having been conceived of in 1882.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org inkl. Videos)

Amazing 3D Printed Architectural Models Featured in Tel Aviv Museum of Art Exhibit

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is featuring an exhibit that includes 28 3D printed architectural models. According to the museum website, “Production Routes” examines the 50-year-long “transnational circulation of prefabricated large concrete panels, patented between 1931 and 1981, weaving them into a historical collage of ambitions and short-lived enthusiasm for utopian dreams.”
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

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