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Emaar unveils Dubai’s first Villa 3D Printed with COBOD Technology

Emaar is a real estate company with a value of almost 40 billion US dollars. The company presented a 3D-printed 202 m2 villa with integrated parking, 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms in Dubai.

The house, a villa with 202 square meters of living space, impresses with its unique design elements. The architects at U+A have designed a combination of curved walls and large windows for this project, which emphasizes the aesthetic and functional diversity of 3D printing. The villa has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen with dining room and a study.

Special attention is paid to the integration of Xiaomi’s Mobile X AIOT products, which include smart home appliances such as vacuum cleaners, air purifiers and cameras. These innovations represent a new standard of smart living in the United Arab Emirates.

The project reflects Emaar’s ambition to establish itself as a proponent of advanced construction methods. The use of 3D printing technologies not only enables faster and more cost-effective construction, but also helps to reduce waste and noise. This initiative is in line with Dubai’s vision of a ‘smart city’, with the aim of using 3D printing for 25% of all construction projects by 2030.

Henrik Lund-Nielsen, Founder and General Manager at COBOD, shared his insights into the project: “Due to the beauty of this project and the many fine details, we are excited to see that the building has finally been revealed. We have waited since 2019 for this to happen and are extremely proud of this project, made by one of the very first BOD2 printers we produced. This project is not just about creating a house; it’s about shaping the future of construction. Our collaboration with Emaar demonstrates how advanced technology can redefine residential living, offering smarter, faster, and more environmentally friendly building solutions.“

This project is an impressive demonstration of how 3D printing is pushing the boundaries of traditional construction and opening up new possibilities for design, efficiency and sustainability.

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