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3D Printed Sandstone Room

Conceived by architects Michael Hansmeyer and Benjamin Dillenburger, Digital Grotesque is the worlds first printed room.

Architects Michael Hansmeyer and Benjamin Dillenburger have pulled off a three-dimensional printing feat to rival them all. As part of the project "Digital Grotesque," the duo 3D printed an entire room, creating a 16-square-meter cube adorned with unbelievable ornamentation that looks like it belongs in a futuristic cathedral.

LOOK: Architects 3D Printed An Entire Room

Digital Grotesque is the first fully immersive, solid, human-scale, enclosed structure that is entirely printed. By Michael Hansmeyer and collaborator Benjamin Dillenburger.

Grotto | Benjamin Dillenburger

The beautiful printed ROOM that looks like a futuristic cathedral

Digital Grotesque is the first human-scale immersive space entirely constructed out of 3D printed sandstone.

Digital Grotesque is the first human-scale immersive space entirely constructed out of printed sandstone

World’s first 3D printed room is incredibly detailed with 260 million individual facets  | 16 sqm

Digital Grotesque is the first fully immersive, solid, human-scale, enclosed structure that is entirely printed out of sand by voxeljet. This structure, m.

MATERIALECOLOGY: Neri Oxman: Imaginary Beings @ Centre Pompidou  Those sculptures are amazing. Don't they remind you of coral?

MATERIALECOLOGY: Neri Oxman: Imaginary Beings @ Centre Pompidou Those sculptures are amazing. Don't they remind you of coral?

Arabesque Wall | Benjamin Dillenburger

Arabesque Wall | Benjamin Dillenburger

Michael Hansmeyer and Benjamin Dillenburger | 1:3 scale prototype for the world’s first 3D-printed room | to be unveiled July 22, 2013

Prototype unveiled for world’s first 3D-printed room

zaha hadid architects 3D prints thallus experimental structure in milan

Zaha Hadid Architects / Ai Build display stunning printed 'Thallus' structure at Milan Design Week 2017

printing - Buscar con Google

Image 4 of 5 from gallery of Arup Develops Printing Technique for Structural Steel. Photograph by David de Jong

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