Innovative recycled housing from rubbish

Chinese company WinSun Decoration Design Engineering have turned nacent 3D printing technology to sustainable and creative housing, creating a house that can be printed in just 24 hours!

Squeezing out a mixture much like a giant piping bag, the printer uses rubbish from construction and mining to create a modest home for next to nothing. As 3D printing and innovative sources for ecologically sensitive “ink” grows, we can expect to see 3D printing in surprising and unexpected areas of construction.

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Bundoora Homestead

The finishing touches at the Bundoora Homestead, an historic Federation mansion built in 1899 which now operates as an art gallery and cafe, hosting many visual art and craft exhibitions, community access workshops and the biennial Darebin Art Show.

Eastern Property Services helped spruce up the grand old heritage listed and National Trust certified mansion with fresh paint to balconies, windows, and chimneys in glorious Brunswick Greens, Indian Reds, and Light Buff yellows.

Drop in for a devonshire tea and see the fantastic upcoming exhibitions exploring themes of identity, hybridity, gender and race in contemporary society.


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