Dutch studio DUS Architects has designed a 3D printed an eight-square-metre cabin and accompanying bathtub in Amsterdam, and is now inviting guests to stay overnight. They used biodegradable plastic to show that 3D printing can also be a form of sustainable development solutions. The sustainable dwelling also addresses the relation between indoor and outdoor spaces due its small footprint. The bio-based, black material lends itself to a customizable, ornamental façade and showcases the possibilities of form-optimization techniques for insulation and material consumption. Take a look at the complete story below.