Architects Michael Hansmeyer and Benjamin Dillenburger have created a 3D printed room using algorithms to design its intricate cathedral-like interior. Assembled from 64 massive separate sandstone parts printed out with a huge 3D printer, the room contains 260 million surfaces printed at a resolution of a tenth of a millimeter. The 11-ton room took a month to print but only a day to assemble.

Read more from gizmag (October 8, 2013)

The room with 260 million surfaces: 3D printed architecture is here
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