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These PassivDom tiny houses can operate entirely off the grid

These PassivDom tiny houses can operate entirely off the grid | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
It can even generate its own water.
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evolutionary or revolutionary - tiny printed homes are here - likely to stay!

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This Texas startup is building 3-D homes with the push of a button

This Texas startup is building 3-D homes with the push of a button | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
In the not-too-distant future, Texans will be able to print — yes, print — a concrete home that costs far less than a traditional home made of bricks, mortar, an
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PRINT a house is coming on line...

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Startups Unveil $4,000 Home Built With A 3-D Printer

Startups Unveil $4,000 Home Built With A 3-D Printer | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
The startup Icon thinks that one day, 3D-printed homes could populate swaths of the United States. To start, the startup built a prototype for a 3D-printed home designed for the developing world for the nonprofit New Story.
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ONE DAY LONG AGO.....  a company called Sears sold DIY homes from their catalog...   we look back about a century ago and that seems so amazing....  fast forward to the 21st century and here is a startup working on a "printed home" - ONE DAY IN THE FUTURE........

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3D Printed Village by Yves Béhar, ICON, and New Story

3D Printed Village by Yves Béhar, ICON, and New Story | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
The walls of each home can be printed in just 24 hours with nearly zero waste.
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PRINTED housing is happening!

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Family Becomes First Occupants in 3D-Printed Home

Family Becomes First Occupants in 3D-Printed Home | SAN ANTONIO HOMES TODAY | Scoop.it
The printed home was finished in 54 hours, but four more additional months were needed for contractors to put in things such as windows, doors and the roof. The total building cost of £176,000—around $233,500—makes the construction of the 3D home 20 percent cheaper than a similar home built using more traditional procedures.
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ready for "printed homes"?  would you like to live in one?

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