March 20, 2014
It is a city known for many things, however, now it comes to the fore for an architecture project led by Hedwig Heinsman, who intends to start building houses using a giant 3D printer, 80% biological material and a lot of patience.
Because an average house would take about three years to complete, being composed of many pieces printed in a week and weighing 180 kilograms each, which are then assembled to shape the house and later filled with a soft insulating material.
via In Amsterdam they are already building houses using a giant 3D printer – FayerWayer.
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