Discover eco-friendly construction with Davis Frame Company’s Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs). Achieve the sustainable building methods.
The world’s first 3D-printed hotel by Icon Build’s is the innovative technology, how it is paving the way for faster, cheaper, and more sustainable building.
How Barn Pros, Inc. is changing the game for barn building with their high-quality pre-engineered packages, from traditional barns to living quarters and more.
Discover how PrecisionCraft is leading the charge in sustainable home building. Meet them and other innovative companies in our Web 3 showroom, PLACEVerse.
Explore a dependable income boost! Learn how having an ADU offers affordable housing and extra earnings. Visit PLACE, the global housing solutions marketplace.
Experience the power of cutting-edge technology with Mighty Buildings revolutionary 3D printer. Discover how you can own your dream homes, built in 24 hours
Baya Build Inc. is providing modern and sophisticated housing that are 5X faster to build than traditional construction methods.
While here at PLACE we celebrate all paths to sustainable housing! When one thinks of sustainable construction, the first materials that typically come to mind are recycled plastic or solar panels. However, there is a sustainable material that is often overlooked, and it’s a material that has been used for centuries: timber.
High housing costs, urbanization, and growing environmental concerns are driving many individuals towards alternative housing solutions – one such option that’s gaining traction in recent years is tiny homes. The idea of living in compact quarters may seem daunting to some, but tiny homes are proving to be an affordable and eco-friendly solution for many. In this blog post, we’ll explore the role of tiny homes in addressing the issues of housing affordability and environmental sustainability, and analyze some popular tiny home models such as Escape Traveller, Land Ark RV, and Tru Form.
The construction industry has been around as long as human civilization, but it has changed vastly over centuries. The traditional methods of constructing houses have seen different variations through the years, but none has caused a disruption as significant as 3D printed houses. The technology is transforming the construction industry, leaving a minimal environmental footprint while yielding fast and affordable construction. This blog explores the trend of 3D printed houses in North America and the rest of the world, focusing on BioHome 3D, Icon Build, and Mighty Buildings.