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First printed house in Europe at Kamp C
KampC: First two story building printed on site in Europe with BOD2
KampC: First two story building printed on site in Europe with BOD2
KampC: First two story building printed on site in Europe with BOD2
KampC: First two story building printed on site in Europe with BOD2
KampC: First two story building printed on site in Europe with BOD2
KampC: First two story building printed on site in Europe with BOD2
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Project Type:
Residential
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Year:
2020
In July 2020, KampC unveiled the first two story house printed on site in Europe. The house is eight meters tall and has a floor area of 90 square meters and it is printed with Europe’s largest 3d concrete printer made by COBOD. You can find Flanders’ first 3D-printed model home on the premises of Kamp C in Westerlo, Belgium. “What makes this house so unique, is that we printed it with a fixed 3D concrete printer”, says Emiel Ascione, the project manager at Kamp C. “Other houses that were printed around the world only have one floor. In many cases, the components were printed in a factory and were assembled on-site. We, however, printed the entire building envelope in one piece on-site.” Read more at: https://cobod.com/kampc/
How we did the first 3D printed building in Europe
THE BOD: Europe's first 3D printed building
THE BOD: Europe's first 3D printed building
THE BOD: Europe's first 3D printed building
THE BOD: Europe's first 3D printed building
THE BOD: Europe's first 3D printed building
THE BOD: Europe's first 3D printed building
THE BOD: Europe's first 3D printed building
THE BOD: Europe's first 3D printed building
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Project Type:
Residential
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The BOD is a small 3D printed office hotel of less than 50 square meters located in Copenhagen’s Nordhavn. The goal of this project was to demonstrate how 3D printing technology could be applied in the traditional construction industry in Europe. The idea for the project came from our participation in the Danish government-funded project “3D Construction Printing”, during which we visited more than 35 3D construction printing projects worldwide. We realized that Europe was falling behind, and we took on the challenge to be the first in Europe to 3D print a building fulfilling the strict building codes of Europe. Read more at: https://cobod.com/the-bod/

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