• Open source construction set — print your own house.

WikiHouse 4.0 Live Build

See the first open source, digitally manufactured, two storey house being built in real time outside The Building Centre in central London. A collaboration between ARUP, The Building Centre and 00, the WikiHouse v4.0 is being assembled for the London Design Festival.

There will be two daily tours of the house and evening events, so if you're in London do visit and say hello »

Support WikiHouse Development

WikiHouse is a non-profit project, developing hardware and software which is open and shared in the commons, owned by everyone. Help us build the project by co-funding the next development goals — which are split into the three categories below. These are each individually fundable, so when you make a donation, your money will go directly towards funding the specific goal you choose.

See more information on the goals here »

Sketchup

Plugin

Thanks for funding the most recent version of the WikiHouse SketchUp plugin! Your continued support will help us make it easy for you to customise designs to your needs.

Hardware

Full House

A complete test module tiny-house prototype, with footings, skin and insulation. Sensors to monitor performance. Documented and shared so anyone can build it for themselves.

Wikihouse

Platform

Help create the Wikipedia of things by funding an improved community sharing site, with collaboration and easy to use documentation tools making it easy to download and document designs.

18
Backers
£701
Funded
£10,000
Target
195
Backers
£6,025
Funded
£20,000
Target
95
Backers
£2,670
Funded
£20,000
Target

Sketchup

Plugin

Thanks for funding the most recent version of the WikiHouse SketchUp plugin! Your continued support will help us make it easy for you to customise designs to your needs.

Hardware

Full House

A complete test module tiny-house prototype, with footings, skin and insulation. Sensors to monitor performance. Documented and shared so anyone can build it for themselves.

Wikihouse

Platform

Help create the Wikipedia of things by funding an improved community sharing site, with collaboration and easy to use documentation tools making it easy to download and document designs.

Be a part of it. Literally. All funders will be listed on the website and public release and will personally be sent photographs and files. However, every funder who donates £20 (€25 / $30) or more will have their name CNC cut into the very first prototype house — both the design and the physical building.
“I see my share of off-the-wall schemes... this is the first one I've seen that I could quite likely build and inhabit, personally.”
“...a compelling example of an open source platform emerging in a new area.”
“WikiHouse, An Online Building Kit, Shows How To Make A House In 24 Hours”
“WikiHouse promises printable homes, work for the world's idle CNC routers.”
“Yes, a downloadable house! ... this is about transforming economies not about choosing between different styles of intervention.”