As a follow up to my December 2021 blog post about the future of 3D printed homes, The Washington Post recently wrote a great article about a newly constructed 3D printed house in Williamsburg, Virginia built by a partnership between Habitat for Humanity and Alquist. The home benefited a family through one of Habitat for Humanity’s programs.

What I love most about this article are the photos, which show the 3D printer in action and the interior of the home. The interior of the home was built using “classic” construction methods and products, and is a great example of how we can combine current 3D printing technology with “classic” building methods to build a more affordable house in a shorter period of time.

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Seth B. Weiland

Seth Weiland assists clients in real estate and corporate matters throughout the real estate asset life cycle; from the acquisition and entity structuring phases through property development and operations all the way to disposition. Seth’s practice focuses on the purchase and sale of…

Seth Weiland assists clients in real estate and corporate matters throughout the real estate asset life cycle; from the acquisition and entity structuring phases through property development and operations all the way to disposition. Seth’s practice focuses on the purchase and sale of real property, leasing, and borrower-side financing, in addition to experience with entity structuring, land use and entitlement matters. His clients include commercial, multifamily, manufactured home, industrial and mixed-use developers and investors.