Living in a printed house? In the spring of 2021, the unthinkable will come true. From the luxury, freeform Called 3D printed house Curve Appeal the symbolic first stone is then laid. Text: Larissa Schaule Jullens
Image: WATG Urban

Curve Appeal

Years ago, no one could have imagined that this would really be possible: 3D printing. Car parts, other goodies and even food have already been brought to market with the 3D printer. In 2021, the unthinkable will come true, because one is planned freeform 3D printed house: the Curve Appeal. Construction of the futuristic home, designed by WATG Urban, is expected to begin in the spring of this year. A 2020D-printed house was completed in Japan earlier in 3, but no designer has yet been able to match the size and luxury of the Curve Appeal.

The house offers a complex mix of curved lines and angles. The reason for these shapes? The designer wants to create a positive relationship between the owners of the house and nature. In combination with the light, large spaces, the chance of success will be optimal. Inspired by the Case Study Houses conceived between 1945 and 1966, the modern 3D printed house will use as few building materials as possible.

Curve Appeal is perhaps the next evolutionary step in the world of modern residential design. Besides being aesthetically pleasing, this unique home also offers an overwhelming sense of limitless living. Nothing is known yet about the purchase price, so for now we will just have to dream...