Malawi’s first 3D-printed home and school that could transform African urbanization
By Guardian Exclusive
01 July 2021 | 11:14 am
There is a housing crisis taking place across many parts of Africa. A joint venture involving CDC Group – the UK government’s development finance institution – and the European building materials multinational LafargeHolcim, is 3D-printing houses and schools in a fraction of the time it would normally take.
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