Owning a house is the most challenging task. Only a few fortunate people can grab a space, naming it their home. If you get one and can hold a home, you will be paying a mortgage all the best part of your life. Serendix Partners propose to offer 3D-printed houses to the public. They have announced plans to launch in 2021 futuristic homes. They are using a robot to create a 3D-print of the house and it will be automated, ensuring low costs. It is assumed that a 30-cubic-meter home costs 3,000,000 yen. It implies no mortgages for the long-term. The biggest advantage is the spherical abodes will be ready in 24 hours. These houses withstand extreme climatic conditions, even typhoons, and earthquakes. It is created by Masayuki Sono, a renowned architect, the Nasa’s 3D-printed 2015 winner.
The technology has changed. Movies, music, or books everything is digital. The housing is now becoming affordable with 3d printing that is easy to construct in a short time, eliminating the traditional construction drawbacks, such as labor, construction times, and material costs. The 3d printer operates without attachment and requires two people to operate. The printer allows printing large structures on the construction site. Even synchronizing two or more printers is possible. With 3D printing, houses are no more restricted to rectangular shapes.