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Futurist Friday: Kamermaker (House Printer)

Category: Center for the Future Of Museums Blog

Technology is disrupting traditional industries left, right and sideways. This week’s Futurist Friday assignment asks: how could digital fabrication disrupt the way we design and build cities?

The inventors of Kamermaker (House printer) envision a day when 3-D printing could bring affordable housing to 7 billion people in the world. 

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And, in the process, put architecture, design and construction back into the hands of the people it serves, making it personalized and custom-crafted. You can read more about the project here.

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