This was an investment project. The house was in a very bad shape. It was stripped to its bare walls and received new sewage, plumbing, isolation, electricity, heating, windows, doors, etc. It was sold within 3 weeks of coming on the market.
This was an investment project. The house was in a very bad shape. It was stripped to its bare walls and received new sewage, plumbing, isolation, electricity, heating, windows, doors, etc. The central staircase was recuperated together with the floors of 3 sleeping rooms. Everything else has been replaced. Geberit was used for the in-wall plumbing material, a 22mm solid oak floor was installed downstairs and a German build Kulhmann design kitchen was installed. More than 200m2 of isolation achieved an EPC of a 160 kWh/m2year which puts it in the energie effeciency range of new built projects. Renovation took 8 months. The house was sold in less than 2 weeks when put on the market. Below some pictures of the finished project. Continue reading this post…
Below you find the project Cobra. This LED table lamp was made using Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) a rapid prototyping process which builds models up in layers by lasering only the parts that need to be solidified. It is an affordable process to model up prototypes or forms which would be difficult to produce with standard manufacturing processes. SLS builds up your model in Nylon which results in a fairly strong object which leaves many possibilities for post processing and finishes such as lacquering or metal plating. The dimensions for an SLS build depends on the capacity of the machine that will build it so make sure you check these dimensions first.
Below the project is explained in a 7 min tutorial. The movie is 27MB so please be patient for it to load.