World’s largest 3D-printed structure symbolizes the future of architecture
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The world’s largest 3D-printed architecture pavilion has taken over part of Beijing. Laboratory for Creative Design (LCD) designed and built Vulcan, a white latticed structure that was just awarded the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest 3D-printed structure. Recently unveiled at Beijing Design Week 2015, the massive Vulcan symbolizes the exciting departure from traditional building methods towards a new and revolutionary kind of architecture.