Dubai aims to construct 25% of its buildings using 3D printing by 2030 © Government of Dubai
Dubai aims to construct 25% of its buildings using 3D printing by 2030 © Government of Dubai

Dubai unveils world’s largest two-storey 3D-printed building

29 October 2019

Dubai has unveiled the world’s largest two-storey 3D-printed building as part of efforts to reduce construction costs and waste.  

The structure, which stands 9.5 meters high and with a total area of 640 sq metres, is the first of its size in the world to be completed by 3D printing onsite under external working conditions.

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