3dpod Pavilion / Obayashi

interior design News / Archdaily
Autor: archdaily Publicado el: 29/05/2023
3dpod Pavilion / Obayashi

3D-printed, earthquake-proof building completed in Tokyo: 3dpod. Obayashi, one of the largest general contractors in Japan, founded in 1892, has completed ?3dpod?, the first 3D-printed and earthquake-proof building in the country to receive ministerial certification and a building permit. The demonstration facility, open to the public, was built to...
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  • Source of publication: 29-05-2023

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