This is an interesting question that can be answered with “Yes”. Such 3D printed houses are called Ashen Cabin, which has been realized by the designer studio HANNAH.
In these houses, for example, the chimney 3D was printed. The material of concrete is also suitable for the 3D. Sounds unbelievable at first sight, but it is possible.
Another unusual perspective on additive manufacturing is a current exhibition at MoMA New York by Neri Oxman and the Mediated Matter Group of the MIT Media Lab called “Material Ecology”.
This is about researching new ecological materials, but also the symbiosis of humans, organisms and robots.