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Emaar unveils Dubai's first 3D printed villa home using COBOD technology, a hidden gem of 2019

Last week, at a launch event involving Xiaomi's Smart living concept, Emaar finally unveiled Dubai's first 3D printed "villa" house, which was previously delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 202m2 (2,175 SF) home with integrated parking, 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms represents one of the most impressive examples of what 3D printing can do for architectural design and the housing market.


3D printing mycelium reinforced structures with MyCera

“MyCera. Application of mycelial growth within digitally manufactured clay structures" published by Shape Lab - Institute of Architecture and Media, Graz University of Technology (TU Graz)
At the Institute of Architecture and Media at Graz University of Technology, the Shape Lab research group developed a new material named MyCera composed of clay, wood sawdust, and mycelium (vegetative part of fungi).

3DELUXE creates affordable and sustainable housing

We are happy to announce that architecture studio 3DELUXE together with Urbach & Falter Architects has been contracted for a progressive housing project in Wiesbaden! The project commissioned by the municipal housing company GWW, incorporates various elements for a forward-thinking and sustainable building approach that provides affordable living spaces in a healthy environment. A climate-friendly timber-hybrid construction with a large scale installation of a photovoltaic system and a versatile outdoor area for social togetherness in a natural environment is planned.

From Ashes to Innovation: First 3D Printed Home Completed in California’s Wildfire-Impacted Landscape

The house is compliant with the state’s rigorous building codes – the strictest in the USA.

Emergent, a 3D printing company from California, has just completed and last week inaugurated the State’s first fully code compliant 3D printed house at 1,200 SF (110 m2) using technology from COBOD International.

India's and the world's first 3D printed Post Office made by construction giant L&T construction praised by Modi, India's Prime Minister

L&T used COBOD’s 3D printing technology to cut execution time by 80% and reduce cost by 40%

India’s and the world’s first 3D printed post office opened for business last week.
The 1,021 square feet (94,9 m2) building was begun in March 2023 and executed in just 43 days, two days ahead of schedule. Using conventional methods, L&T estimates would have taken approx. 8 months.

3D Construction Printing Coming to Latin America: The first 3D Printed Building Made in Guatemala in Seismic Region

Progreso, a leader in Central and South America’s cement industry, recently inaugurated Guatemala’s first 3D printed house.

The small organically shaped house of 49 m2 (527 SF) was made using a printer from COBOD International and combines this modern construction technique with the traditional palm leaves rancho-roof type ideal for seismic regions.

Stunning, state of the art three floors smart home villa in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the tallest on site 3D printed Building in the world

The world’s tallest 3D printed building is now complete and it is in many ways impressive.
The 3-story, 9,9 m tall building compromises 345 m2 and was made by the leading Saudi Arabian real estate developer, Dar Al Arkan, using a COBOD 3D construction printer.

Cobod's 3D construction printing technology helps to revuild Ukraine - first project is a 3D printed school in Lviv

3D construction printing is helping Ukraine to rebuild faster.

The first-ever on site 3D printed building in Ukraine is being made in Lviv.
The 3D printed primary school in Lviv is also the first 3D printed school in Europe.
The one-story building with total floor area of 370 m2 half of the printing is already done in just 3-4 days of printing.
This project highlights the opportunities of utilization of 3D construction printing technology in rebuilding Ukraine.

World's largest 3D printed building completed in Florida, USA

Florida-based Printed Farms achieves a groundbreaking feat by completing the printing of the world’s largest 3D printed building, a luxury horse barn, using COBOD’s BOD2 construction 3D printer, marking another record for the world’s most used 3D printer.

This unique structure has a total floor area of +10,100 SF / ~940 m2, almost 50% larger than the previous record-holder in the Middle East

Peri 3D construction starts Europe's first 3D printed public building - a two story football clubhouse

Project showcases 3D construction printing's potential beyond low-rise residential housing, utilizing COBOD's BOD2 printer

330 m2 (3.550 SF) on 2 floors planned to be printed in 140 hours
Printed by a BOD2 3D construction printer from COBOD measuring 25 m (83 feet) in length, 15 m (50 feet) in width and 10 m (33 feet) in height
3D construction printing is spreading from low-rise residential housing to other buildings

COBOD’s 3D construction printing technology helps to rebuild Ukraine - 1st project is a 3D printed school in Lviv

3D construction printing is helping Ukraine to rebuild faster.
The first-ever on site 3D printed building in Ukraine is being made in Lviv.
The 3D printed primary school in Lviv is also the first 3D printed school in Europe.
The one-story building with total floor area of 370 m2 half of the printing is already done in just 3-4 days of printing.
This project highlights the opportunities of utilization of 3D construction printing technology in rebuilding Ukraine – see the video below.

The first 3D printed medical center in the world made by SCG in Thailand

3D construction printing being used for much more than residential housing.

SCG, Siam Cement Group, has completed the first 3D printed medical center in the world using a BOD2 printer from COBOD
Located in Saraburi, Thailand, the new 2-story medical center is with 345m2 (3,712 SF) the largest 3D printed building in the ASEAN countries
The unique design stands out and have only been possible due to use of 3D construction printing


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