Students Build 3D Printed Mobile Mini Homes

April 14, 2014 | in Architecture

A group of students from the University of Huddersfield and the University of California, under the guidance of several professors and researchers, developed a unique concept of a mini-house printed on a 3D printer.

The experimental mini home offers all the needed amenities: a kitchen, a bathroom, a bed and a desk. It is noteworthy that this capsule can be placed anywhere and it’s easily transported. Under the floor, the structure has a technical compartment as well as a small storage space. The bathroom is combined with a wash basin. Also, there is a retractable toilet and a small fridge in the kitchen. All the artificial lighting is built in the walls and ceiling.

Students Build 3D Printed Mobile Mini Homes

Students Build 3D Printed Mobile Mini Homes

Students Build 3D Printed Mobile Mini Homes

Students Build 3D Printed Mobile Mini Homes

Students Build 3D Printed Mobile Mini Homes

Students Build 3D Printed Mobile Mini Homes

Students Build 3D Printed Mobile Mini Homes

Students Build 3D Printed Mobile Mini Homes

Students Build 3D Printed Mobile Mini Homes

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  • Gorm Hansen

    Very exciting! Where can I buy one? Please concider making them modular in these two ways: 1:A special module compartment for different modules such as: water purification, coputer-server, communicaations hardware, 3d printer, etc, thus enabling on-the-fly specialization with gear useful for all residents if these units were grouped together. 2: A specialized modular doorway allowing several (unlimited?) units to be connected under one roof.

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