World’s First House 3D Printed Using Only Organic Material

For the first time in history, a house has been 3D printed using only organic materials.

The home was designed and printed in four separate parts at the University of Maine using wood waste like sawdust and wood chips, and later assembled in less than half a day.

This innovation could mean much cheaper, faster, more environmentally-friendly housing builds are on the near horizon!

Would you live in this house?

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