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From caves to 3D printing, a 2-minute overview of

time:2017-09-30 16:17:48CTR:

The universe is so big, I want to wear a 3d printed spacesuit to see that the house is the matrix of the family, and the house is the sustenance of human survival. The earliest house, probably the cave where the ancestors lived, followed by a variety of houses, and it was not until the 11th century that the solid house made of straw and mud began to appear, at this time the house has the basic property of living. With the development of civilization, other attributes such as social attributes and cultural attributes in addition to residence have gradually expanded. In China, architecture itself is a symbol with distinct and diverse attributes, and accompanied the process of civilization until modern times. In today's era of high-tech innovation, you can use 3D printing technology to create your own house for as little as $16,000. The Atlantic has created this 2-minute animation that allows us to learn about architectural changes throughout human history.
Cave paintings, 25000 BC

At the beginning of human civilization, for the first time anyone thought of a way to transmit what they saw and thought to us thousands of years later. The cave light is the first light of civilization.

Mammoth bone camp, 16000 BC

Tool-wielding hominids conquered the giant mammoths, whose skeletons became a warm home for a weak human civilization.

Hide tents, 11,000 BC

The use of fine tools led to the emergence of tents and more livable Spaces.

8000 BC, mud brick house

From the river valley to the Mesopotamian plains, precocious civilizations sprang up. The construction of the mud-brick houses blocked the hot sun and the wild beasts roaming at night, making the birth of the city possible.

1200 BC, dry house

Living alongside water in the tropics creates stilted houses that hang over rivers and lakes, which in East and Southeast Asia we call "stilts."

500 BC, Domus style building

Domus architecture is a typical Roman noble architecture. The grand structure and huge patios bring out the ceremonial feel of the building.

Inseurat, 500 BC

Ancient Roman civilian architecture, which can be regarded as the prototype of modern architecture. However, the epidemic of infectious diseases and sudden fires caused by excessive density led to the introduction of ancient Rome to prohibit the construction of illegal buildings.

First century, wooden houses

In mountainous areas such as China, the birth of wood structures has benefited from abundant resources. East Asian civilizations, in particular, developed timber architecture to the extreme in the days that followed.

3rd century AD, castle

Castles are a symbol of European civilization. The role of castles in military and political affairs was enormous, but there were also castles built for purely personal reasons, such as Neuschwanstein Castle.

9th century AD, reed house

This kind of local construction is said to be popular in the Arabian Peninsula.

9th century. Machya

This is the traditional "harmony" architecture in our concept.

10th century AD, trading station

The long Silk Road made this convenient resting station popular.

11th century AD, earth group house

Does this traditional architecture of the three British Isles remind you of Tolkien's Hobbits and Middle-Earth?

11th century AD, grottoes

From the Mogao Grottoes all the way to the outer Pass, the nomads in the desert have created wonders on the windswept sand.

12th century AD, yurts

Genghis Khan conquered Eurasia with this highly mobile structure.

12th century, Gothic architecture

With its soaring spires and huge columns, many of the Gothic buildings have been passed down through the ages.

16th century, colonial architecture

The Spanish Armada roamed the boundless ocean, spreading colonial architecture around the world like a seed.

17th century, the people

The birth of Minka helped people in Japan's high mountains, which are covered in snow all year round, overcome the harsh weather.

17th century AD, Tulou

The Hakka tulou in Fujian is the last glory of the wooden structure house, which is the existence of the traditional Chinese building system.

18th century, fabric architecture

This style of academic architecture was born in the French Academy of Fine Arts in Paris and has a deep Roman imprint. The Paris Opera House is a symbol of academic architecture, described by Zola as a "luxury hybrid of all styles".

19th century, Victorian architecture

Now we call this style "pastoral Americana".

19th century AD, caravan

Gypsies wander the world in caravans.

19th century, craft style building

It later became the present cafe.

20th century, public housing

We call it "drum building" or "elevator room", the difference is there is no elevator.

20th century, modern prefabricated architecture

Prefabricated buildings are building blocks, the reason why the small sky city can be built so quickly.

1950s, grid spherical roof building

The lattice dome is another great innovation after the invention of the arch, the dome and the flying buttresses, which provides the possibility of the infinite size of the single room roof of the building.

1950s, mobile RV

It's romantic to live wherever you go.

1970s, styrofoam roof

Make the house light.

20th century, container house

Putting people in containers is a genius invention.

In 2015 AD, 3D printed houses

Since then, mankind has begun a new era of architecture.

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