Tenant Receives Key Of First Ever Dutch 3D-Printed Concrete 'Boulder' Home

The first tenant of the first ever Dutch 3D-printed concrete home has received the key. The house is a detached single-story home in the Eindhoven neighbourhood of Bosrijk. It has 94 square meters of net floor area spacious living room and two bedrooms. The home is shaped like a large boulder to fit in with the natural location and nicely demonstrates the freedom of form that is offered by 3d concrete printing. Yasin Torunoglu, Alderman for Housing and Spatial Development, Eindhoven, said: “with the 3D-printed home, we’re now setting the tone for the future. The rapid realisation of affordable homes with control over the shape of your own house."