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Prvok – The First Habitable 3D-printed House in Czech Republic Anchored On a Pontoon

Prvok would be the first 3D-printed house in Czech Republic. It’s the result of successful cooperation between Michal Trpak, a sculptor, and Stavebni sporitelna Ceske sporitelny (member of Erste group), a building society, the house is named Prvok (Protozoon) where it’ll be partially self-sufficient and it’s ideal for the country, city or water. Compared to […]



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