3-D Printing Goes Big: Architect Proposes A Möbius-Strip House

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Wednesday, January 23, 2013
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The proposed 3-D printed Landscape House. (Courtesy Universe Architecture)

The proposed 3-D printed Landscape House. (Courtesy Universe Architecture)

It’s been over three decades since the 3-D printer was invented, and to be sure, the technology has come a long way. Now, Dutch architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars is putting the technology to the ultimate test by proposing to print an enormous Möbius strip house with over 10,700 square foot of house. The Landscape House, as Ruijssenaars named it, will be a two-story structure replicating the natural form of a figure eight by using “one surface folded in an endless Möbius band” he says on his website, intending for the building to effortlessly fit into the natural world.

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