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From Julia Morgan, the world's first woman with a degree in architecture, to the more futuristic Zaha Hadid, on the occasion of International Women's Day we celebrate outstanding women in a field in which they were even more invisible than in technology, engineering or science.
Essentially, the problem was that, although the waters rose from the Tagus to the Alcázar under military administration, the military—despite making use of the Artificio—refused to pay for it, claiming they had not commissioned the project.
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.