Azure Printed Homes unveils new compact ADU design starting at $39,900

Azure Iris ADU starting at $39,900

“To close the affordable housing gap, we need innovative approaches to housing construction methods. Using 3D printing, Azure will be able to build 70% faster and with 30% less cost than traditional methods of building homes.

Azure Printed Homes (Azure) has unveiled a compact new design for a 180 square foot Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) starting at $39,900. The Azure Iris ADU will include living quarters, kitchenette and bathroom, as well as innovative, space-saving furniture and interiors. Like Azure’s other larger ADUs, the Azure Iris will be 3D printed from recycled plastic materials at their new Culver City facility. Azure designed this model to be more broadly accessible to more people and for a variety of uses, including multi-generational families living together on one property, as well as income-generating units for overnight stays. short and long term.

Ross Maguire, CEO of Azure, said, “To close the affordable housing gap, we need innovative approaches to housing construction methods. Using 3D printing, Azure will be able to build 70% faster and with 30% less cost than traditional methods of building homes.

Azure has developed innovative technology to create sustainable living structures made from recycled plastic through a process that will be far better for the environment than traditional construction or 3D printing with concrete. Azure’s creative solution aims to minimize waste by using plastic that is already destined for landfills, or that typically ends up in our oceans or is incinerated. By using recycled materials instead of new resources, Azure aims to close the loop of sustainability in the 3D home building industry by moving closer to the circular economy goal of making optimal use of materials. previously used.

Maguire continued, “We have created production efficiencies not only by capitalizing on advances in 3D printing, but by creating a completed design and process in just 20 hours. Compared to conventional construction, we produce the entire structural skeleton, exterior cladding, water control barrier, exterior finish, utility penetrations and grounding for interior finishes, in a fraction of the time and cost By revolutionizing a new era of home building with our sustainable, automated and precise production processes, we see a very, very exciting future ahead of us.”

Azure also recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Republic to increase their operational capacity to fill their growing list of pre-orders. republic.com/azur

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