How can we make a very affordable home for the homeless? the answer is mud, which is the materials use for hundreds of years. This time it will be made using a 3D printing technology to make it more precise, well built according to its plan without human errors.

This might be the answer for the Philippines housing problem for the homeless families. The technology was developed by an Italian social business company called WASP which its printer can build bio-architecture houses.

WASP plans to produce a commercially available printer in a 20 footer portable 3D printer with 3 arms. Check out the video below of its demonstration during the Rome Italy’s “Maker Faire”: