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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.
According to Wikipedia, Tente was a line of Spanish construction toys consisting of interlocking plastic bricks that could be assembled to create, on a small scale, something very similar to what we see in modular architecture.
The definitive takeoff of e-commerce, on the back of the COVID-19 pandemic, faces one last hurdle: gaining the trust of consumers who are increasingly committed to the environmental impact of their purchases. Packaging, and the ecological footprint of the delivery, are the weakest points of online sales to become a greener alternative to traditional purchases.
Trees are a fundamental source of life, especially in cities where they provide many environmental benefits, like temperature regulation, CO2 capture, turbulent air reduction, as well as improvements in psychological wellbeing and housing prices