Deutschlands erstes Haus aus dem 3D-Drucker
Description For the first time in Germany, a house comes out of the printer. The two-storey building in Beckum (NRW) with approx. 160 sqm of living space consists of multi-layered walls that are filled with insulating material or with in-situ concrete. The concept for the innovative property was created by Mense-Korte ingenieure+architekten. Printing was carried out with a concrete printer from PERI installed on the construction site. A special printing mortar from HeidelbergCement was used as the printing material. The project was assisted by experts from the TU Munich and the engineering office Schießl Gehlen Sodeikat. With this manufacturing process, houses can be built faster, more economically and more sustainably. In addition, the process allows for a very individual design of the living space.