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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 13, 2014 02:51 AM
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by Eric last modified Nov 12, 2014

Architecture Arts Hub reports on another interesting merger of architecture and technology: Italian 3D printing company World Advanced Saving Project or "WASP" (which is no coincidence since they were inspired by the mud dauber wasp) has developed a 3D printer that builds houses using only materials found on-site, like mud. Whether or not the process or the materials are practical, it remains an intriguing possibility for how we build in the 21st century. Read more...




 

 

Screen Shot 2014-11-12 at 7.19.28 AMArchitecture Arts Hub reports on another interesting merger of architecture and technology: Italian 3D printing company World Advanced Saving Project or "WASP" (which is no coincidence since they were inspired by the mud dauber wasp) has developed a 3D printer that builds houses using only materials found on-site, like mud. Whether or not the process or the materials are practical, it remains an intriguing possibility for how we build in the 21st century. Read more about it here.

Image via www.wasproject.it


 

 

 
 
 

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