3D-printed Homes in Nacajuca, Mexico with New Story
The built-to-last homes were granted to local families currently living in extreme poverty and makeshift, unsafe shelter.
Located in Tabasco, Mexico, the community of 3D-printed homes developed for housing nonprofit New Story are granted to local families experiencing extreme poverty.
Each resilient, 500 sq ft home was printed in about 24 hours and features two bedrooms, a living room, kitchen and bath.
Resting within a seismic zone, the community and its homes were engineered above the standard safety requirements including robust foundations to ensure the homes will last for generations.