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Must-See: The First-Ever Freeform 3D Printed House

The award-winning design will be built from ground up using only 3D printing technology!

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Can you imagine living in a home that wasn't built using wood, cement, and steel? WATG, one of the world’s leading architectural firms, believes that this is possible.

From food to all sorts of homeware, 3D printing has been taking the world by storm. In a nutshell, it is the method of additive manufacturing or creating a physical model by continuously placing thin layers of plastic together. The team behind WATG wants to take this revolutionary technology to the next level by constructing a livable structure based on a digital design. 

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