Once completed with the use of a Ukrainian-made printer, the house will be the first residential building using 3D technology in the war-torn country, according to the designers.
The house will be inhabited by Natalia Berezov and her two daughters, whose father Yaroslav lost his life on the frontlines of the war against Russia near Bakhmut in the Donetsk region.
"As you know, now there is war in Ukraine, and we have created the first 3D house in the Irpin region, and our company will give it free of charge," Maks Zabucki, an engineer with Ukraine's 3D Technology UTU company involved in the project, told Radio Poland's Danuta Isler.
UTU promotes itself as the first company in Ukraine that manufactures 3D printers for construction purposes and, according to Zabucki, those 3D printers can be used for a variety of projects, including bus stops, due to their durability and low construction costs.
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