Curbed: PassivDom Unveils Self-Sustaining, 3D-Printed Home

The modulOne project combines tiny homes with technological advancements.

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Eco-friendly companies are proving that 3D homes are here to stay.

According to Curbed, Ukrainian company PassivDom just unveiled an off-grid, solar-powered 3D-printed prefabricated home. The project, which is called modulOne, is designed to be an eco-friendly, compact home. It features an insulating carbon and fiberglass frame, and claims to be self-sustaining. Beyond those perks, modulOne is also equipped with smart home devices, with climate systems controlled through a smartphone.

PassivDom says that modulOne can be adapted to a variety of environments. The external design is simple, with wood-paneled ceilings and floors.

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