Category Archives: 3D Printing Applications

Ceramic Constellation Pavilion: New Hong Kong pavilion incorporates over 2,000 3D printed bricks

A massive architecture pavilion in Hong Kong is reaching new heights in the possibilities of 3D printing and robotic technology. Spearheaded by the University of Hong Kong’s (HKU) Faculty of Architecture in collaboration with Sino Group property developers, the ‘Ceramic Constellation Pavilion’ is a winding edifice made up of over 3D printed 2,000 bricks, the first of its kind in the world.

3D printed concrete office-hotel coming to Copenhagen

Danish 3D printing company 3D Printhuset has embarked on the exciting new initiative of 3D printing a Building on Demand (BOD) in Copenhagen. Measuring up at just under 50 square metres, the small “office hotel” is made of 3D printed concrete, and counts itself as one of the first 3D printed buildings in Europe that meets official regulations.