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Business Insider

“A new homebuilding startup called PassivDom uses a 3D printing robot that can print parts for tiny houses. The machine can print the walls, roof, and floor of PassivDom’s 380-square-foot model in about eight hours. The windows, doors, plumbing, and electrical systems are then added by a human worker.”


Daily Mail

“Living off the grid no longer has to mean sacrificing creature comforts, thanks to a firm that has created the ultimate in self-sufficient luxury.
The modular homes are fully customisable and can withstand any environment in the world, thanks to the high tech materials used in their construction.”


“PassivDom is a Zombie-proof “autonomous 3D-printed mobile house”. It’s rare that I quote a company’s marketing tagline outright, but PassivDom, makers of an “autonomous 3D-printed mobile house,” sounds pretty darn rad. The company wants to create mobile homes that can be made anywhere and are completely self-powered.”



“A Robot Can Print This $97,000 House in as Little as 8 Hours. PassivDom uses a 3D printing robot that can print the walls, roof, and floor of a 380-square-foot model home in about eight hours. When complete, the homes are autonomous and mobile, meaning they don’t need to connect to external electrical and plumbing systems.”


“With a PassivDom house, residents are able to manage all systems from their smartphones. And all those systems are powered by the sun. With no electricity or gas to speak of, this may be the among the most environmentally friendly houses you’ve seen. And because it’s so one with nature, it also claims to be totally autonomous.”


“This fully autonomous house of the future is powered by solar energy, is 3D printed and has a modular design. From startup PassivDom, the smart home is described as an “off-grid 3D-printed gadget house” and is suitable even for arctic climates.”

” startup PassivDom is hoping to revolutionize the housing market with its concept for a stand-alone, energy-efficient 3D printed house, ideal for off-the-grid living. The PassivDom house is based on a modular principle that could allow for many units to be assembled together to build up a larger building.”

Electronic house

“The off-grid 3D-printed gadget house is a sustainable self-learning, Zero Carbon Emission house powered solely by solar energy. The frame is produced using an industrial 3D-printer robot.”


“TreeHugger loves Passive House, and loves Tiny House, loves 3D printing and hates zombies. So of course we are going to be fans of the PassivDom, a 36m2 (387 SF) design from engineer Max Gerbut and his team that has a lot of interesting features.”

“Thanks to advanced materials and insulation, a PassivDom house is capable of staying perfectly warm in the winter and cool in the summer, even with large windows. Its modular construction means that you can build a home as small or large as you want (individual modules start at 36 square meters), and it’s all prefabricated – according to the company, you can purchase a house in the morning and move in by evening.”


“La startup ucraina Passivdom ha realizzato un robot in grado di stampare un’abitazione in sole 8 ore. Oltre all’innovazione nella tecnica di realizzazione della struttura, Passivdom è all’avanguardia anche per la sostenibilità ambientale: ogni casa è completamente autosufficiente dal punto di vista energetico: energia solare pulita, rigenerazione dell’acqua, controllo della qualità dell’aria e dell’ossigeno.”

The Sun

“Company PassivDom offers a unique product: a completely self-contained home which is designed to function anywhere in the world. For anyone who has ever dreamed of living off the grid, the company offers an affordable solution, which cuts out the hassle of building your own home.”



“PassivDom ha conseguido superar todos los requisitos de eficiencia energética. Tiene las certificaciones PassivHaus y LEED, lo que hace que esta casa se mantenga fresca en verano y cálida en invierno.”



“Thanks to the startup PassivDom, you can now build a fully autonomous house in one day—no external structures like foundations, plumbing or water tanks necessary. You also won’t need to worry about electricity or gas bills, as the PassivDom is completely energy-independent in any climate and uses solar panels to fuel all the appliances. The 3D-printed modular home can be arranged in a variety of shapes and forms, allowing for customization, while the built-in furniture and appliances make one-day move-in date a reality.”


“modulOne es de tipo móvil, ya que puedes montarla donde quieras, puede llegar a ser, como ya has visto, totalmente independiente (y eficiente), y todos sus materiales de construcción son reciclables. “Miles de personas” en Ucrania ya han reservado esta casa y se encuentra actualmente en lista de espera -que quien sabe cuánto tiempo podría durar. Mientras tanto solo podemos quedarnos con la promesa de que una modulOne ya ha sido montada en el Mundo Real y funciona, además de con el vídeo que tienes a continuación.”



“D’après l’entrepreneur, les murs ont une épaisseur de 20cm et la maison utilise 20 fois moins d’énergie qu’un logement normal. Le toit est doté de panneaux solaires qui alimentent le climatiseur. Également présents, un système hydrique qui absorbe l’humidité présente dans l’air et un système de contrôle de la qualité de l’air qui analyse la présence du dioxyde de carbone à l’intérieur de la construction.”



“The first model, the ModulOne, includes solar panels that power the climate control system, a clean water system that takes moisture from the air, and air quality control system that includes includes carbon dioxide control. The frame is made of 3D-printed carbon fiber, fiberglass, and resists and the entire house is recyclable.”


36 KR

” PassivDom 打印了一个3D模块化别墅,让我们搬到瓦尔登湖畔生活|潮科技。与主流房企在大都市抢地不同,PassivDom 选择野外建立独立、节能的3D打印房子,并希望以此来改变房屋市场。”


Daily Business News

“The Evolution of 3D Printed Homes? The idea behind PassivDom was to create a compact, fully “passive” house, one that can be designed and built without external structures such as foundation, plumbing, and water tanks, and can exist autonomously and sustainably.”

Digital to 3D

The homes have a unique modular construction to them. This means the various modules can be pieced together like legos to customize and create a larger building. The homes are completely self-sufficient. Solar panels take care of all electricity including lights, heating, cooling, and appliances. The house can be completely controlled with a mobile app, which we discuss below. Finally, PassivDom’s 3D printed home is mobile, meaning it can be relocated to any area on the planet (yet to be determined if it floats).



“Passive özellikli bir ev olması sayesinde, elektrik-gaz gibi bir ev için olmazsa olmaz gibi görülen özellikler hiç aranmıyor bile. Tüm ihtiyaçlarınızın kaynağı güneş oluyor. Bir mühendislik harikası olarak, evin yapısı 40 yıl boyunca paslanmamaya ve çürümemeye garantiliyken camları ise en az duvarları kadar sıcak olmak üzere tasarlanmış. Kışın sıcak, yazın serin bir eve sahip oluyorsunuz.”

Active House

“PassivDom is the unique technology, which combines energy efficiency, full autonomy and mobility. Wherever you are – in the centre of New York or high up in the Andes Mountains, PassivDom will create the ideal conditions for living. The house is 100% energy self-sufficient, it heats and conditions air and it is equipped with water storage.”




All about 3D-printing

“Tongue firmly in cheek, tech startup PassivDom sets its sights on a serious business. Changing the world with affordable, off-the-grid housing. Tongue firmly in cheek, tech startup PassivDom sets its sights on a serious business. Changing the world with affordable, off-the-grid housing.”


SEF 2016

“Fully mobile and 100% energy-independent house created by the company.”



” startup PassivDom has created fully autonomous 3D printed homes, which are powered by solar energy. With modular building structure on wheels, these off-grid 3D printed houses can be made or relocated anywhere, and are even suitable for arctic climates.”



“Dubbed the modulOne, the self-sufficient home generates heat and manages its power supply with energy provided by roof-mounted solar panels and requires no gas or water hookups. Due to their lack of utility requirements, the homes can be assembled anywhere with enough room and come move-in ready with everything from kitchen appliance to wine glasses included.”


Android Magazin

“Man kann es quasi hinstellen, wo man möchte (die behördlichen Bewilligungen vorausgesetzt). Die Energie kommt von den Solarpanels am Dach, das Trinkwasser von der Feuchtigkeit aus der Luft. Die Bauweise entspricht energietechnisch mindestens einem hochwertigen Ziegelbau.”



“The modulOne from PassivDom is quite an interesting house. Or, to be more accurate with the company’s description, “autonomous 3D-printed mobile house”. The company behind the house says it is “mobile and transportable house with Passive House parameters”.”



“Huset är försett med solcellspaneler, ett vattenreningssystem samt ett luftreningssystem. Det går även att få huset levererat med ett särskilt “zombie-apokalyps-paket” som inkluderar armerat glas till huset samt ett larmsystem.”



“There’s one thing that’s for sure – in a couple of years contractors and builders are going to be almost completely obsolete thanks to advances in 3D printing. PassivDom, are makers of an “autonomous 3D-printed mobile house,” which allows you to own truly mobile housing that is pretty comfortable when you have a look at the amenities that are included in the package.”



“Die Häuser von PassivDom sind autonom, da sie keine Anschlüsse an Strom, Wasser, Abwasser und Gas benötigen. Die Solarenergie soll die Klimatisierung des Hauses übernehmen. Sie sollen auch arktischen Bedingungen standhalten und Wärme bieten. Transportabel ist es auch, es entfallen also lästige Bauanträge, Grundstückskauf und die Entscheidung, ob man hier auf ewig bleiben möchte.”


“The “off-grid 3D-printed gadget house” from PassivDom is described as “the first totally autonomous house in the world.” Two current models—modulOne and modulDva—come in standard and autonomous configurations. Buyers can choose which streamlined house they prefer: one that is entirely self-sufficient, but may one day become sentient and exact revenge; or a barebones home that still requires a connection to a power line, water supply, and sewage.”


Mobile Magazine

“Have you been watching the Walking Dead? Are you afraid of the so called Zombie Apocalypse? This house is for you! Remember the printer that can build a house in 24 hours? I guess the idea challenged this because he is claiming that he can also print a 3D house and can also finish it in 24 hours. But wait there is more; it is a zombie proof house.”


Composites Manufacturing Magazine

” engineer Max Gerbut and his team has created an autonomous, 3-D printed, composite solar powered-house called PassivDom. Gerbut and the PassivDom team claim the 387 square foot house, made with an industrial 3-D printer, is the first totally autonomous house in the world, and can operate in a wide range of climates.”


“PassivDom’s homes are entirely constructed by 3-D printing and enable people to not be reliant upon electricity or gas companies to help power and heat spaces. Of note, the materials used in PassivDom homes can withstand incredible heat and cold temperatures.”


Cool Material

” startup PassivDom (Passive House) has developed a line of autonomous, self-learning, mobile houses using 3D-printing techniques and advanced materials. Dubbed modulOne, each of the autonomous houses is designed and built to be fully functional off grid with solar panels, batteries, heating, water storage, purification and independent sewage.”

“The initial product, the ModulOne, involves photo voltaic panels that electricity the climate control technique, a clean water technique that usually takes moisture from the air, and air high-quality control technique that involves involves carbon dioxide control. The frame is designed of 3D-printed carbon fiber, fiberglass, and resists and the total house is recyclable.”


Jetson Green

” engineer Max Gerbut has just unveiled the prototype of PassivDom, which is a passive tiny house with many intriguing features. PassiveDom was built using 3D printing technology, and according to Max, it is the first completely autonomous house in the world, since it does not require any fuel combustion of any sort, no matter where it is placed i.e. not even in an Arctic climate.”



“all home devices in PassivDom’s modulOne are networked to the internet of things, and can be controlled via your smartphone—even the heating and air-conditioning systems learn to adapt to your needs. a self-learning micro-climate system creates favorable conditions inside the house, maintaining the ideal temperature and humidity and monitoring the oxygen and carbon dioxide content.”



“Eco-design nerds will dig this: A company, PassivDom, recently unveiled modulOne, an off-grid, solar-powered 3D-printed prefabricated home.”


Blouin News

“A startup, called PassivDom, has 3D printed mobile pods that are designed to self-sustain in all climatic conditions with their own, off-the-grid power sources and self-learning systems networked to the internet of things.”



“PassivDom, a tech startup, wants to tap into a growing international desire to live cheaply and comfortably off the grid.
PassivDom is a fully autonomous house powered by solar energy. And what’s more, it is made using 3D printing.”


No Sólo Tendencias

“Los materiales de la modulOne de PassivDom han sido desarrollados por ingenieros, dotándolos de un rendimiento térmico mayor a cualquier otro material ya existente. Las paredes son igual de calientes que las de ladrillo, con un grosor de 7’33 cm. PassivDom ha conseguido superar todos los requisitos de eficiencia energética. Tiene las certificaciones PassivHaus y LEED, lo que hace que esta casa se mantenga fresca en verano y cálida en invierno.”