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F( r )yer

F( r )yer is a sustainable manufacturing and co-living project that revolutionizes the way we think about materials and their impact on the environment. Housed in a multi-floor building, the project incorporates research and development facilities for recycling materials into 3D printing pellets and 3D printing facilities for creating unique products and components such as printed furniture and facades. Above the manufacturing facilities, a six-floor expansion is dedicated to communal living units with shared spaces such as a communal kitchen, fitness center, and a 3D printing restaurant, fostering community and connection among residents. What sets F( r )yer apart is its incorporation of 3D printing materials and products into the communal living spaces, promoting creativity and sustainability in daily life. The project’s sustainable design and community-focused living make it a bold and visionary initiative, creating a dynamic urban context that challenges conventional thinking. F( r )yer’s integration of 3D printing technology into the communal living spaces emphasizes its commitment to sustainable manufacturing and creative living.