The shape of the building relates to the so-called golden ratio, which is why it has been nicknamed "the Fibonacci house".
This is a new project by Twente Additive Manufacturing where they have constructed an exceptional home in the village of Kootenay Lake, British Columbia. It stands out due to its extraordinary shape and building technology because it was built using a 3D construction printer.
Having a spiral shape, the house could not be printed simultaneously: the printer produced several sections assembled with a crane, which took eleven days to complete. The building area is 35 square meters, most of it reserved for a living room space. The company is now planning to rent out the house through Airbnb.
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