WinSun, the company that brought 10 3D-printed houses to Shanghai’s Qingpu district last year, has truly upped the game with its latest projects, a six-story residential building and a mansion both created entirely by 3D printers.
These are the Suzhou-based company’s two largest 3D-printed buildings to date, although they are only models…for now. They are currently set up for viewing at the Suzhou Industrial Park in Jiangsu province.
The larger and more impressive of the two is a 1,100 square-meter villa, and the other building is a six-story apartment block.
One section of an unfinished wall on display shows the layers of 3D-printed concrete that are stacked up and put into place to build the structures
WinSun had previously created 10 different 200 square-meter houses using a 3D printer and industrial construction waste. The one-story concrete homes were cranked out of a 3D printer around 500 feet long and 20 feet high, with each building costing around 4,800 USD to make.
[Images via NetEase // Caixin // via TechinAsia]