Apis Cor, a company known for its unique construction 3D printing technology, has introduced Impreza, the first and only 3D printed home (project) to participate and win an award in a Space Coast Parade of Homes. Impreza received the HBCA Parade of Homes Diamond Award and was selected as a virtual entry among the top 20 projects.
With a name meaning “Print” in Spanish, the Apis Cor project displays an illusion of organic flowing curves and refined stature, adding grace and resilience to the most modern construction approach. It features creative lines, flowing natural light, eco-friendly finishes, and a close relationship with nature. Showcasing the impressive and unique capability in the design via 3D printing, this home is without a doubt absolutely unique.
Leveraging Apis Cor technology, the Impreza home will feature unique curved exterior walls and living wall features, with custom loft space, eco-friendly interior finishes, a water feature and a rooftop observation deck. The project is going to leverage 3D printing technology to offer these unique features, more than to contain costs: the Impreza home is going to sell for $750,000, which is more than some of the other similarly sized homes in the community (but much less than the most luxurious ones). Considering the area’s inhabitants’ known passion for innovation, this is likely to be considered a bargain price to actually live in the future of house construction.
Apis Cor has designed Impreza as the inaugural 3D printed home to be built on the Space Coast. Honoring the foundation of the Aerospace, Technology and Defense industries based in this area, it seems likely that the innovation of 3D printed homes will become a major driver and an attraction. The first of its kind in Brevard County, Apis Cor has established a presence to confirm the future of construction and sustainability.