A team from the Technological University of Eindhoven, in the Netherlands, has developed a process to print 3D concrete houses that go on sale or rent for the first time and that lower the product by up to 50 percent. The first house printed in 3D is already standing and has a single floor with three bedrooms distributed in 95 square meters. It is expected to be inhabited in mid-2019. But once the urbanization project has progressed, the designers promise to vary the housing model to suit the consumers.

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