Nov 7, 2022

This company built a 3D-printed net zero house to decrease carbon dioxide

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“We face two global crises in housing and climate change.”

Southern California met its first-in-the-world 3D-printed zero net home thanks to Mighty Buildings. As part of a 40-unit community in Desert Hot Springs, these 3D-printed houses also draw attention to environmental and economic strategies.

“We are excited to be the first company in the world to complete what we believe to be the sustainable housing standard of the future,” said Mighty Buildings CEO Slava Solonitsyn, as per Dezeen.

Mighty Buildings.

As mentioned in the Dezeen, the 1,171 square foot (159 square meters) house was finished by the Oakland-based technology corporation in September 2022. The Quatro, a two-bedroom, two-bathroom home built by Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects (EYRC), is said to use a flexible, panelized kit of parts from Mighty Buildings to produce as much energy as it uses.

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