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3D printing has revolutionised construction by allowing materials and infrastructure to be designed in a fraction of the time, while improving durability and reducing costs. Now, this new trend in prefabrication has continued to gain steam, and is even positioning itself as a winning solution for the post-COVID era, from folding houses to dwellings that can be erected in 24 hours.
For a decade, the Burj Khalifa (Dubai) has stood on top of the tallest buildings in the world. Now its throne is back at stake. But this race to the sky began in Africa before the 20th century led the skyscrapers of the United States to change the skyline of cities.
The natural beauty of Lake Peñuelas National Reserve (Chile) can now be viewed from a new privileged position: the top floor of the tallest wooden building in Latin America, which symbolizes a growing architectural trend in different areas of the planet. The use of this age-old material promises environmental sustainability, novel experiences for its inhabitants and a new benchmark for the cities of the future.