Why this 3D-printed house could be a gamechanger

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This week, a deep dive into the fascinating story behind a 3D-printed house made entirely of bio-based materials. We spoke with people behind BioHome 3D to find out why Maine was almost a fateful setting for this project, and what its effect might be on the US housing crisis.
19 Jan English Germany Society & Culture · Health & Fitness

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