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The Guardian today takes a deep dive into the upcoming 3D printed rowhouse in Amsterdam, what's set to be the planet's first printed house—though there are lots of contenders, each zanier than the last. So what's the latest for the world's only moderately normal-looking printed abode? "The architects have so far produced a 3m-high sample corner of their future house, printed as a single piece weighing 180kg [397 pounds]," Oliver Wainwright writes. "It is one of the building blocks that will be stacked up like Lego bricks over the next three years." Read on. [The Guardian; previously]