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‘Gyroid house’ – is a project made by SA lab for Branch Technology Freeform Home Design Challenge, showing the possibilities of 3d printing technologies. The house is a comfortable living space with a bright and unique form. Gyroid is a natural way to organize cells in more complex forms, which become parts of plants and animals. Thus fabricated “cells” come together producing a natural form. The shape of the house is based on a part of gyroid suitable for creating a 627 sq ft living space. The initial shape was optimized with such tools as Galapagos and Ladybug and then turned into bearing structure. Other parts were covered with glass panels. Fiberglass panels are used for the exterior finishing while stucco is used to cover the interior surface. The flexible solar panels on the façade can supply the house with electricity. ‘Gyroid house’ is reprogramming the traditional house as we know it by means of mathematical design and innovative building construction. Find more: salab.org