Earthy 3D-Printed Structures

WASP (World’s Advanced Saving Project)
Inspired by the lowly mud dauber (or potter wasp) these 3D printers are making structures from local clay.

TECLA is a new circular housing model, created using entirely reusable, recyclable materials taken from the local terrain.

The TECLA project is a circular housing project made from reusable, local materials.

WASP takes inspiration from the potter wasp. We build 3D printed houses using earth found on the spot, under a sustainable perspective. The oldest material and a state of the art technology merge to give new hope to the world, says Massimo Moretti. Gaia, our first 3D printed house made with raw earth, was born a year ago. Today with our partners we are printing TECLA an entire eco-sustainable habitat. The planet is asking for a joint project that we share with Mario Cucinella.

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