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Meet the Minibuilders: Drones that can print a house

Edificio Corporativo de Oficinas del Centro Tecnológico de Hispasat / Herreros Arquitectos

Gallery of Corporate Office Building for Hispasat Technology Center / Herreros Arquitectos - 6

Image 6 of 15 from gallery of Corporate Office Building for Hispasat Technology Center / Herreros Arquitectos. Photograph by José Hevia

Reports of entire houses being built using 3D printing have turned heads. Is the technology ready for mass use in housing construction?

Huge Printer Can Print an Entire Two-Story House in Under a Day using contour crafting process

Impresora 3D genera 10 casas hechas con residuos de concreto - VeoVerde

''Shang Hai company WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co. has advanced the science of printing by printing all of the parts needed to construct houses and then using those parts to build ten houses, all in just a single day.

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Students 3D-Print a Better Brick that Snaps Together Like LEGOs

Researchers at Sabin Design Lab, Cornell University and Jenny Sabin Studio have come up a new method to print large-scale forms using customized digital tools, low-cost printing materials and printed interlocking component based systems called PolyBricks.

Louis Kahn. Jatiyo Sangshad Bhaban, National Assembly Building of Bangladesh. Dhaka 1961-1982       Photographer Naquib Hossain

Louis Kahn / Photographer Naquib Hossain // Jatiyo Sangshad Bhaban - National Assembly Building of Bangladesh // Dhaka

MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY’s giant alien-like structure Minima | Maxima is pushing the envelope for self-supporting architecture.

This incredible building is made from material as thin as a coin

MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY’s giant alien-like structure Minima | Maxima is pushing the envelope for self-supporting architecture.

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