Who wants to live in a house made of pig meat?

This is concept art for the "In Vitro Meat House" by Mitchell Joachim of Terreform. The house is made of pig cells that were grown in a lab and fused onto scaffolding. It's like living in a scrapple cabin!

Here's how Joachim describes the sausage hut, which is made of sustainable, lab-grown animal tissue:

This is an architectural proposal for the fabrication of 3D printed extruded pig cells to form real organic dwellings. It is intended to be a "victimless shelter", because no sentient being was harmed in the laboratory growth of the skin. We used sodium benzoate as a preservative to kill yeasts, bacteria and fungi. Other materials in the model matrix are; collagen powder, xanthan gum, mannitol, cochineal, sodium pyrophosphate, and recycled PET plastic scaffold.

Who wants to live in a house made of pig meat?

Who wants to live in a house made of pig meat?

Who wants to live in a house made of pig meat?

As you can see above, visitors enter and exit not through a door, but a sphincter. Whoa. I guess it's a greener option than building your home out of Slim Jims.

[Archinode via Inhabitat]