Let Us Help Solve Your Housing Crisis.
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We are an Indigenous owned company helping our people access the latest and best in exponential technologies to improve housing, health, education, and job opportunities.
We plan to 3D print the first home ever in Canada this summer.
The goal is that the home will be 3D printed in a day and ready to be lived in two weeks later.
The result is You Save 50% off regular construction costs and have a better home that is net-zero ready.
What if we as a people could solve the Indigenous housing crisis within a decade and in the process, we become leaders in exponential technologies and in building better sustainable communities for other Canadians?
This is a solution that can improve housing, health, education, and job opportunities while creating safe and healthy communities for everyone.
- Justice Murray Sinclair
1 572 square feetOne bedroomOne bath
21,964 square feetFour bedroomsTwo baths
3 11,644 square feetTwelve bedroomsTen baths
We will be building a limited number of homes in 2018 and want to identify the people who need them.
We are considering a "pre-order" list on a first come basis and it will also help guide our expansion and Indigenous job training plans for 2019and beyond.
If you are at all interested, please help us grow this movement by getting involved.
We'd like to understand your goals and challenges so that we know how best to help you in a meaningful way that provides results - meaning homes!
We'll answer your questions about 3D printing of homes and how Smart Villages can provide sustainability and opportunities going forward.
Smart Cites Canada has $300k worth of prizes and some First Nations will be winners - why not you?
Even without prize the money, you are a winner with better new homes at 50% less cost and net-zero ready.
I truly believe that together we can completely end the Indigenous Housing and Tuberculosis crisis within 10 years while significantly closing the socio-economic gap of disparity through exponential technologies.
Former Chief of Nacho Nyak Dun First Nation Government
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