A luxury horse barn in Florida is primed to be the world’s largest 3D-printed building. From a report: Once it’s complete, the 3D-printed luxury equestrian barn in Wellington, Florida will overtake a building in Oman as the world’s largest 3D-printed structure. According to Printed Farms, the Florida-based startup developing the project, the building will have a total floor area of 10,678 square feet. While the team finished the 3D-printing portion of the site build Wednesday, the installation of doors, windows, electrical fittings and other structural components is still needed.

Printed Farms founder Jim Ritter told Axios construction is expected to be finished by the end of August — refuting other reports that the build was already completed.
What they’re saying: The climate case for 3D-printing buildings, according to Ritter, lies in waste reduction. “America is a very wasteful society. We have to start keeping things longer. Our clothing, our cars, everything.

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