Would you be open to the idea of residing in a 3D-printed home? If so, you have the opportunity to reserve your very own spot in West Texas’ artsy and unique town of Marfa. The area’s El Cosmico hotel is now preparing to relocate from its original 21-acre site to a vast property spanning over 60 acres. This move is a significant step towards expanding the hotel’s facilities, amenities and introducing an exciting addition called Sunday Homes. Notably, this expansion project will mark a groundbreaking achievement as it will become the world’s first-ever 3D-printed hotel.
A dynamic team comprising renowned hospitality visionary Liz Lambert, pioneers of advanced technology and large-scale 3D printing, ICON, and the globally acclaimed architecture firm, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, is embarking on an ambitious endeavor to reimagine and rebuild El Cosmico, infusing it with innovation and creativity. As part of this exciting transformation, the residents of Sunday Homes will enjoy exclusive access to the hotel’s remarkable amenities. Among these are an infinity pool, a luxurious bathhouse, a top-notch restaurant, and more. What makes this collaboration truly exceptional is that some of these amenities will be constructed using 3D printing technology, pushing the boundaries of what is possible in architectural design and construction.
The homes at Sunday Homes at El Cosmico showcase an extraordinary blend of biophilic design principles and organic aesthetics. These remarkable dwellings boast an architectural language that transcends traditional construction methods and can only be achieved through the groundbreaking technology of 3D printing. ICON, at the forefront of this technological revolution, excels in creating soft, flowing shapes and intricately curved surfaces, allowing the realization of this visionary design concept. Designed with careful consideration for the natural surroundings, the homes feature materials that are meticulously tinted to harmonize with the local landscape. This thoughtful approach allows the residences to seamlessly blend into the picturesque West Texas terrain, creating a sense of unity between architecture and nature. By harnessing the capabilities of 3D printing, these homes feature captivating curves, enchanting domes, and captivating organic forms that evoke a sense of primordial beauty.
These exceptional homes are slated to be completed in the second half of 2024. Starting at a price point of $900,000, these residences offer an opportunity to immerse oneself in the captivating beauty of West Texas. To apply for a home, a deposit of $5,000 is required.
The sales and marketing efforts for the innovative project are managed by Douglas Elliman’s Emily Waldmann and Megan Gallagher.
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