In this three-year 'research and design by doing' project, an international team of partners from different sectors cooperates on the 3D printing (including the use of bio-plastics) of a canal house.
The committee appreciates the innovative way in which the democratization of 3D technology is transferred. A festivity was arranged to involve the public in the debate on the future of 3D printing. Additionally, DUS Architects creates a new space that is accessible to everyone. This is an effective method enabling the architects to contribute to normalizing a new technique among the general public.