Exterior, Cabin Building Type, Gable RoofLine, Tile Roof Material, and Tiny Home Building Type In response to the Bay Area’s housing crisis and a recent relaxation in ADU rules, Emerging Objects has crafted an experimental housing prototype: the Cabin of Curiosities. True to its name, the unusual structure is clad in over 4,500 3D-printed ceramic tiles and features a beautiful front facade full of succulents. The structure is envisioned as a livable or rentable ADU whose one-room gabled structure is weathertight, structurally sound, and designed for longevity.  Photo 2 of 12 in This 3D-Printed Tiny Cabin Offers a Creative Response to the Bay Area’s Housing Crisis

This 3D-Printed Tiny Cabin Offers a Creative Response to the Bay Area’s Housing Crisis2/12

In response to the Bay Area’s housing crisis and a recent relaxation in ADU rules, Emerging Objects has crafted an experimental housing prototype: the Cabin of Curiosities. True to its name, the unusual structure is clad in over 4,500 3D-printed ceramic tiles and features a beautiful front facade full of succulents. The structure is envisioned as a livable or rentable ADU whose one-room gabled structure is weathertight, structurally sound, and designed for longevity.

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