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This Remarkable Pavilion Is Made From Over 1,000 3D-Printed Units

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This structure, named VULCAN, has apparently won the Guinness World Record for largest 3D-printed architectural pavilion, and while we can't imagine there's all that much competition in that category, it's well deserved nonetheless. It was created by Laboratory for Creative Design for Beijing Design Week 2015 and is composed of 1,086 different 3D-printed constructive units, which took 30 days to print, and another 12 to assemble.

· VULCAN: the world's largest 3D-printed architectural pavilion [design boom]