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The first 3D-printed school in Europe is being built in Lviv

The school will be designed for students of younger grades/balbek bureau

Architectural bureau balbek bureau, headed by Ukrainian designer Slava Balbek, is implementing an ambitious project. They are talking about the construction of a school in Lviv, using advanced 3D printing technologies.

CNN journalists told more about it. They also showed what has already been done.

According to Jean-Christophe Boni, the founder of Team4UA, who is responsible for the pilot project, the walls of the educational institution were printed in 40 hours of work. This school will be the first educational center in Europe, built with the help of a 3D printer.

Implementation of the project started back in September 2022, however, due to difficult conditions caused by missile attacks and the blackout period in the country, construction was suspended until the summer of 2023. After the stabilization of the situation in the city, a 3D printer was delivered to the site of the future school and construction continued.

Project and construction of a school on a 3D printer/Photo by balbek bureau and Team4UA

Europe's first school printed on a 3D printer is being built in Lviv

The first 3D-printed school in Europe is being built in Lviv

The first 3D-printed school in Europe is being built in Lviv

Europe's first school printed on a 3D printer is being built in Lviv

< p>The first 3D-printed school in Europe is being built in Lviv

It is symbolic that the children will begin their new stage of life in a new, modern environment. Now they have the opportunity to see that real buildings can be built with the help of a 3D printer,
– noted the head of the education department of the Lviv City Council Andriy Zakaliuk.

The school completely printed on the printer will become an elementary school and will be accept students from the first to the fourth grade. The one-story building will be equipped with four classrooms and additional premises.

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