World’s Largest 3D-printed Architectural Pavilion

Chinese architects Yu Lei and Xu Feng of the Beijing’s Laboratory for Creative Design managed to design and built VULCAN, a white latticed structure that has been awarded the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest 3D-printed architectural pavilion which symbolizes the future of architecture. It was recently unveiled at Beijing Design Week​’15. Yu Lei says:

“VULCAN represents a new reality – that modern architects are able to achieve their ideal design quality from concept to construction using digital design and fabrication methodologies. This development will increasingly blur the boundaries between technology and art.”

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