3D-printed Homes by ICON | Austin, TX | Developer 3Strands

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3D-printed homes continue to hit the Austin real estate market.

This multi-home mainstream housing development in East Austin leverages ICON’s proprietary 3D printing technology to construct safer, more resilient homes to meet the current demand in one of the hottest real estate markets in the U.S.

Designed by Logan Architecture, the first floor of these highly energy efficient homes designed were 3D printed using ICON’s Vulcan construction system and its advanced material that is stronger and longer-lasting than traditional building materials. 3D printing technology provides safer, more resilient homes that are designed to withstand fire, flood, wind and other natural disasters better than conventionally built homes.

Nestled in the fast-growing East Austin neighborhood, the development has four homes, two of which sold within days of their listing in March 2021.

All four homes feature large covered front porches, covered parking, open concept floor plans, bespoke interior design, vaulted master bedrooms, large North-facing windows, secluded office/bedrooms, and minimalist architectural aesthetic.

Austin-based designer Claire Zinnecker joined the project to design the interior finishes and fixture selection. Her approach for these spaces was a modernized West Texas design with a simplified palette featuring natural woods, metal finishes and earthy tile colors.

The remaining two homes in the development hit the market today by 3Strands and DEN Property Group. For more visit, http://www.iconbuild.com/updates.

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