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

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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