As 3D printing has evolved, the projects have become more and more ambitious. Case in point: the Curve Appeal 3D-Printed House. Designed by WATG, the 1,000-square-foot residence will be printed using Branch Tecnchology’s freeform process, making it the first of its kind. The home features a sweeping curved exterior that is not only easy on the eyes but also provides structural stability. Its interior takes inspiration from the Case Study Houses of the 1950s offering a modernist aesthetic with an open concept and a glazed facade that floods the interior with natural light while creating a constant connection with the outdoors. Along with its revolutionary construction, the structure will take advantage of innovative technologies like solar carving and passive mechanical systems to make it net-zero-energy. The project will break ground later this year in Chattanooga, Tennessee. And don’t forget to check 3d printed castle and 3d printed motorcycle.