Residential buildings in Korsløkken, Denmark
Within P2ENDURE one of three residential buildings will be renovated. The building is two storey’s high and has 16 apartments with an area of 60m2 each. The plan for deep renovation considers changing the roof, which contains asbestos, new façade and windows and 3D printing technology on the sides of the facades. The on-site robot will shape the insulation layer of the two gables: the insulation layer will be put manually on the façade and the on-site shaping based on the 3D design and rendering will be done by the robot solution provided by Invela and Robot-At-Work.
3D model of the building in Odense
The robot creates on-site an artistic 3D design on the wall by milling into the insulation. For more information on 3D printing techniques, please check the website.
3D printing of the first gable of the Korsløkken demonstration case
Here you can find another video of Invela’s first commercial 3D façade project within the P2ENDURE Korsløkken demonstration case in Odense, DK.