A new living concept brought by Technical University of Eindhoven students offers a sustainable solution for the cities of tomorrow.
Last summer, the first 3D-printed steel bridge was opened in Amsterdam. Is this unique project a harbinger of large-scale deployment of 3D printers for the construction industry?
Some of these changes could completely reshape the environments in which people choose to live.
VDL will build complete bathrooms, toilets and technical rooms in Friesland as of 2022 that will be installed in houses as ready-to-use modules on Van Wijnen construction sites.
Eco-homes are not only a more valuable investment, but they also create a healthier living environment to suit the socially-conscious consumers of today.
VIRTU/e student team is designing the neighborhood of the future. The technology for sustainable homes already exists, now all that remains is the social aspect.
Will houses roll off the assembly line like this in the future? According to Rob Wolfs of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), construction can still learn a lot from the automotive industry
People from many different countries live, study and work in Eindhoven. Every week, Innovation Origins has a talk with an international about what brought them here […]