Start ups

A New York startup called Automatic Construction pumps air into plastic fabric, then fills it with concrete—creating a house’s structure at 20% of the cost.

This house is 3D-printed, but the naked eye knows no different. How? Diamond Age takes 3D printing to the next level with industrial scale robotics and automation.

Modular homebuilding meets manufacturing-like productization with the unveiling of the Cloud S, a modern dwelling for the modern renter.

Official AC509 certification by the International Code Council Evaluation Service (ICC-ES) makes Black Buffalo 3D's NEXCON printer and Planitop 3D ink the first AC509 coded structural 3D construction solution in the world.

Offsite construction is a viable option for homebuilding, but what should you know before getting into it? The New Home Trends Institute details six factors to consider for modular development.

The Last Mile Lab combines workforce training and industry innovation to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive way to build new housing.

California-based Azure Printed Homes 3D prints accessory dwelling units using recycled plastic.

On3 engages builders, manufacturers, and trades in the creation of learning and development videos that meet their people’s needs.