13-14 October 10:00-18:00

Moscow

Advanced 3D printing and scanning technologies exhibition

Students build 3D printed mobile mini-house

Students build 3D printed mobile mini-house

Professor and architect Peter Ebner and his workshop students have developed a 3D printed mobile mini-house. This house measures about 50ft2 and was built for young citizens who lives alone and spends not so much time at home.

With the rise of city and trend towards denser urban living, the desire for excessive space has transformed towards a will for efficient, functional living. As a response to this demand, the students created such a compact home for efficient living and modern lifestyle.
 
Comprising students from the University of California in Los Angeles, University of British town of Huddersfield, Munich Technical University and the Center for Entrepreneurship and University of Applied Sciences, the full-scale mobile prototype was completed last fall.

Working with 3M futureLAB and voxeljet, this 2.2×2.2 meter micro-apartment was printed with a sand-based material and a specially made glue. It offers essential components such as a bedroom, a kitchen, and a bathroom, additionally, it also features an integrated multimedia system with a rear projection screen that takes the majority of the main wall.
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The "dome" shape of the house allowed for easy integration of most of the furniture. Under the floor there are also two compartments for storing folding chairs. The bedroom is accessed via a ladder where an Oculus window provides light and fresh air. Ceiling lamps and further LEDs provide also additional lighting in the night.In order to save space, a movable kitchen counter-top with a sink covers the bathtub.

A two-person kitchen table can be extended out of this space. A small fridge is also available, while the bathroom is equipped with a special folding toilet which can be hidden in the wall.The main features, including the support structure of the house and all essential components were printed on 3D printer.
 

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Moscow
10:00-18:00

ECC "Sokolniki", pavilion 2, 5-iy Luchevoy prosek, 7/1

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