WATG’s award-winning Curve Appeal is the world’s first freeform 3D-printed house

Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Buildingwatg, watg architecture, watg urban architecture, branch technology, freeform home design challenge, freeform 3D-printed house, 3d-printed building, 3d-printed architectureWATG Urban Architecture designed the world’s first freeform 3D-printed house, and the proposal won first prize in the recent Freeform Home Design Challenge, sponsored by Branch Technology. The aptly named Curve Appeal is envisioned as a bubble-like structure with undulating slopes and space-age style. The design fuses a desire for connection to nature with efficient building technologies for a home of the future that serves its occupants as well as it serves the surrounding environmentWATG Urban Architecture designed the world’s first freeform 3D-printed house, and the proposal won first prize in the recent Freeform Home Design Challenge, sponsored by Branch Technology.watg, watg architecture, watg urban architecture, branch technology, freeform home design challenge, freeform 3D-printed house, 3d-printed building, 3d-printed architecture

Branch Technology Founder Platt Boyd applauded the Chicago-based architecture firm for its innovative response to the design challenge. “Curve Appeal is a very thoughtful approach to the design of our first house,” he said in a statement. “It responds well to the site conditions, magnifies the possibilities of cellular fabrication and pushes the envelope of what is possible while still utilizing more economical methods for conventional building systems integration.”

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