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WikiHouse: Build Your Own House in 24 Hours

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© WikiHouse.cc

Imagine taking your Google Sketchup creation for a house and having it milled out and assembled all within 24 hours.  WikiHouse, an Open Community project that puts you in the driver’s seat of design and construction has recently unleashed the opportunity for anyone to realize their own vision of architecture.

You can use your own design and enhance it with other components via the open online community. Once your design is completed, the model is used by WikiHouse to create drawings, which are ready to be CNC milled out of 18mm locally sourced plywood. The pieces can be easily assembled with no power tools, with ribs spaced at 600mm and lateral stabilizers to ensure structural integrity. The entire process requires no formal knowledge of construction and is extremely adaptable for your own personal customization. Photographs: WikiHouse.cc References: WikiHouse.cc, Prote.in

© WikiHouse.cc
© WikiHouse.cc
Cite:Tim Winstanley. "WikiHouse: Build Your Own House in 24 Hours" 15 Aug 2011. ArchDaily. Accesed . <http://www.archdaily.com/159064/wikihouse-build-your-own-house-in-24-hours/>