Landscape House is an example of how 3D printing can change the way we design buildings. How? I’ll explain that. If to build a house we used to think in terms of concrete and bricks, giving to the various spaces and surfaces a precise name (ground floor, first floor, ceiling etc.) well, then the my question is .. try to do it here, in this type of construction, where space is a continuum. It is not easy right? Obviously this is only apparently a request, the main aim is to understand how the project Landscape House sheds new light on the great potential of 3D printing, and gives a chance to propose design solutions never seen until now.
The big advantage is that you can print shapes directly as they have been conceived and designed. That’s right! So while printing piece a wall, you can also print at the same time stairs or pipelines for electricity ..in short, all that will be expected from the CAD project (Computer Aided Design), which will be later entirely converted into STL (Stereo Lithography interface) format, ready to be printed. Did we arouse your curiosity? Ok, let’s look into. Here we’ll explain methods of implementation, goals and ideas behind this “house without an end.”