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Submission + - Modular Hive Homes for Mars Wins NASA & MakerBot Competition (inhabitat.com)

Taffykay writes: Living on Mars might seem like a dream, but we're one step closer thanks to a brilliant new housing design. Noah Hornberger won NASA and MakerBot’s Mars Base Challenge with a series of hive homes. The contest called for 3D designers to imagine a scenario that would make Mars habitable by designing homes built either from materials found on the Red Planet, or brought from Earth and 3D-printed on site. Hornberger’s 3D-printed two bedroom, two bathroom Queen B nabbed first prize with its bee-inspired hexagonal grid.
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Modular Hive Homes for Mars Wins NASA & MakerBot Competition

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