This is the first house to be 3D printed from raw earth

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It turns out that soil may be the solution for sustainable housing. Mario Cucinella Architects and Wasp have created a 60-square-meter prototype 3D printed home made of earth, the first of its kind. Born out of a partnership between Massimo Moretti and the School of Sustainability, the “Tecla” process (from the words “technology” and “clay”) uses local soil as a 3D printing material, negating the need for transporting materials and making it a low-carbon and nearly zero-transmission endeavour.
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