If you think 3D printing is a farce, a fad or complete and utter nonsense you might want to think again.
The clever clogs (sorry) over at DUS Architects in Amsterdam have begun work on the first ever-3D printed house, using the world’s biggest 3D printer, the Kamermaker (that’s “Room Printer” to you and I).
Envisioned as a canal house, blueprints for the room are planned out and printed using a normal sized machine, and then replicated with the Kamermaker.
Work is to continue on through to 2018, with rooms said to be torn down and rebuilt as 3D printing technology improves.
The construction is currently a tourist attraction, so if you’re in, or heading over to Amsterdam anytime soon, you can purchase a ticket for a mere €2.50.