In recent years, the city of Austin has made great progress in terms of technology and creativity.
However, the other side of the coin reflects a worrying reality, where the number of homeless It does not stop growing.
Being aware of the problem, and in partnership with Mobile Loaves & Fishes - a non-profit organization that serves the Austin community -, the company specialized in 3D printing, ICON, He has recently presented a project that promises to end this sad situation.
It is the first of the buildings of a future community called Community First! Village, that would be composed of six houses built with 3D printers, with the purpose of housing the homeless in the city.Industry west Industry west
This house is designed as a welcome center where people would come to sign the contracts to have their first home, The decoration, by interior designer Claire Zinnecker with furniture donated by Industry West, is committed to natural materials, plants, and touches of color that create a comfortable and cozy atmosphere. Can you imagine how beautiful the rest of the houses would be?Eco accommodations The first self-sustaining eco hotel in Spain 🌍 Industry west
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