Engineer Mariano Gros Baneres Recreates Elsa's Frozen Castle

By: Laura McQuarrie - Mar 18, 2015
References: 3dprint
It may not be blue and icy, but otherwise, this 3D-printed Frozen castle created by industrial engineer Mariano Gros Bañeres is an exact replica of where Queen Elsa of Arendelle lives.

Since 3D printing is mostly a hobby for Bañeres, he was asked to create a princess castle for a coworker's daughter. Despite the popularity of the Frozen franchise, there were no 3D modeling templates online for Bañeres to work off of. To create this castle, he took to Sketchup and created a design with over 44 individual pieces. Printing tool over 10 hours and fabrication was more than a 120 hour process. Now that this one is out there in the world, you can bet that there will be thousands of Frozen fans who want one of their own.