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World’s first raw earth material 3D-printed house is ready for residents – SYFY WIRE

In a down-to-Earth philosophy any admirable hobbit might be impressed with, Italian 3D-printing company WASP and partner Mario Cucinella Architects have recently…

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In a down-to-Earth philosophy any admirable hobbit might be impressed with, Italian 3D-printing company WASP and partner Mario Cucinella Architects have recently finished building the first TECLA 3D-printed house near Bologna, Italy, in the tiny town of Massa Lombarda, 
TECLA (Technology + Clay) is the planets eco-sustainable housing model completely crafted from locally-sourced, raw earth materials and employing the latest 3D-printing technology.
This TECLA project is influenced by the 1972 Italian…

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