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The world’s largest 3D printed architectural pavilion: VULCAN

The world’s largest 3D printed architectural pavilion: VULCAN
The world’s largest 3D printed architectural pavilion: VULCAN

Led by architects Yu Lei and Xu Feng, Beijing’s Laboratory for Creative Design (LCD) has been awarded the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest 3D printed architectural pavilion.
At 8.08m long by 2.88m tall and made up of 1023 individual 3D printed units, the unprecedented structure, dubbed “VULCAN” is presented as part of BJDW 2015 at Parkview Green, one of the city’s premier retail destinations.

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