Chinese company assembles 3D-printed villa in less than 3 hours

A pioneering 3D-printed house just popped up in Xian, China – and Chinese company ZhuoDa “built” the two-story villa in less than three hours. Made up of six 3D-printed modules, the house was assembled like LEGO bricks before a live audience who were then invited to explore the interior. The modular fireproof home can withstand a magnitude-9 earthquake and is made from a special construction material the company is keeping secret.

Source: Chinese company ‘builds’ 3D-printed villa in less than 3 hours | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Of course the printing itself took a lot longer, but no figures on how long that was!

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