If you want a fun summer vacation and love 3D printing this is for you. A fully 3D printed house located in Western Canada is now on Airbnb. It’s actually pretty affordable too at around $130/night. It’s described on the site as:
The World’s first fully 3D Printed concrete tiny home on Airbnb.
This unique architectural home was designed based on the famous Fibonacci Sequence.
This is a fund raiser to help World Housing (.org) continue their important mission, solving the housing crisis.
Located in tranquil Procter, 40 km-s from Nelson, British Columbia. You can enjoy the grandiose view of the Purcell Mountains. Go hiking, mountain biking or take a walk to the community beach for a dip in the pristine Kootenay Lake.http://www.airbnb.com/rooms/50461670
Lots of dates available in August/September and it’s just over the border from Idaho, so go ahead and plan away!