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Detroit Gets First 3D-Printed Home


 
  • Innovative Construction Method: Detroit gets its first 3D-printed home, built more efficiently and cost-effectively through digital technologies and robotics.

  • Partnership and Funding: Citizen Robotics and developArchitecture collaborated to bring the project to life, which also received funding from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority.

 

Glimpse into the Future of Home Building: 3D Printing Sets New Standards in Detroit.

The first 3D-printed home in Detroit marks a milestone for the real estate market.
The first 3D-printed home in Detroit marks a milestone for the real estate market.

In Detroit, the first 3D-printed home has been completed, thanks to a partnership between Citizen Robotics and Detroit-based architectural firm "developArchitecture". The 988-square-foot, two-bedroom home located at 1444 Sheridan Street in the Islandview neighborhood is the first of many planned 3D-printed homes meant to be affordable and more efficient in lowering utility costs. Construction began in October 2022 and is expected to pave the way for future innovations in construction.


The innovative construction method utilizes digital technologies and robotics to build more efficiently and reduce costs. The house was designed as a 3D model and printed with a cementitious mortar applied by a robotic arm. This method promises less labor, lower costs, and more sustainable materials in the construction process.

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