DUS architects have created the Kamermaker (translates as ‘maker of rooms’). Building on the developments that are being made in 3D printing, DUS is taking everything a step further. With the Kamermaker they have build (together with Ultimaker) a pavilion that can actually 3D print a new pavilion. The Kamermaker can print rooms up to 2 meters in width and length and 3,5 meters in height.
With the Kamermaker DUS is hoping to raise awareness about reusing biodegradable plastics but most of all they seem to want to start a discussion about what can be done with 3D printing. Why not try to print complete houses where they are needed the most? They are definitely thinking bigger than most when it comes to 3D printing.