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Researchers at the Technical University of Munich have developed a 3D printed facade that combines design and function.
The Urban Cabin is a 3D printed proof-of-concept by Dutch studio DUS Architects, offering sustainable micro-dwellings in urban environments.
A Dutch architect is planning to use a unique 3D printer to construct a large building in the shape of a "Möbius Strip" infinite loop.
Students from the University of Hong Kong baked 2,000 bricks to create the world's first 3D printed terracotta pavilion.
“3D Print Canal House” is the first project to explore the possibilities, limitations and possible implications of a full-size 3D printed house.
Unveiled at Beijing Design Week 2015, VULCAN holds the Guinness World Record as the world’s largest 3D printed architectural pavilion.
In Dubai, an innovative new geopolymer cement mixture created by startup Renca could be the catalyst for future 3D printed buildings.
For the Dutch presidency of the EU, the Europe Building has an eyecatching facade of 3D printed bioplastic panels (fully recyclable, of course).
These 3D printed patterned landscapes will have you booking your next holiday to the historical country of Cyprus in a heartbeat.
In celebration of the late Zaha Hadid, the Architecture Biennale in Venice will showcase her innovative work, including a 3D printed chair.
Ai Build showcases Daedalus Pavilion at the GPU Technology Conference in Amsterdam, a 3D printed structure built by intelligent robots.
New pedestrian bridge designed by the Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) is 3D printed with micro-reinforced concrete.
3D printed art installation in collaboration with Sir David Attenborough replaces traditional Xmas tree at Aqua Shard restaurant in London.