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The race to create the world's first piece of 3D printed architecture may be over and, unsurprisingly, the winner is not a Dutch row house or a strange birds' nest-like residence or even a rococo-style room that resembles a half-melted candle. It's something much simpler: a 10 x 10 x 8-foot pavilion made in two months and 10,800 hours. Dezeen has the details and photos. More on 3D printing, right this way. [Dezeen; previously]