WinSun China is a company that's at the forefront of 3D-printed architecture and continues to push the boundaries of additive manufacturing with its latest project. As of late, the company has been creating a series of courtyard-style homes in Binzhou City in the northern Shandong Province of China.
The villas themselves take inspiration from the Gardens of Suzhou, which is now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. These impressive structures were built within just two months, which will be appealing to developers who are interested in the ways that additive manufacturing can speed up construction.
What's most impressive about these 3D-printed homes is that they are built to the country's building standards and are fully equipped with contemporary amenities like air conditioning.
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