This Company 3D-Printed a House Made of Earth and Rice Husks 

Rice husks, concrete and a little time produce a 215 square foot house for about $1000

Looking for a new, affordable house? Italian 3D-printing company WASP has just 3D printed a hut structure using a combination of 3D-printed concrete, rice husks, and a mud-based material. And, of course, its giant, crane-based 3D printer. Total cost of the build? Around $1,000.

Source: This Company 3D-Printed a House Made of Earth and Rice Husks | Digital Trends

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