Despite promise, 3D-printed buildings still face hurdles

Science & Tech

Data centers are not usually known for their extravagant architecture. But the building taking shape in Heidelberg, Germany, is sure to be an eye-catcher. Its curtain-like, ruffled facade appears to flow around the structure.”With this shape, we wanted to push the limits of what is possible,” said Hans-Jörg Kraus, managing partner of Krausgruppe, the developer of the project….

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