EU's first 3D-printed house is the most livable we've seen to date

Arup and CLS Architetti’s much-anticipated 3D-printed house has been revealed in Milan during this year’s Salone del Mobile design fair. While still just a prototype, the project looks like the most fully realized and livable 3D-printed house we’ve seen to date, with a larger, more complex design than other examples like the proof-of-concept from New Story and Icon.

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3D Printing


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