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World's largest villa using 3D printing technology constructed in Dubai

The villa has an overall built-up area of 300 sqm. (Image source: 3DXB)

3DXB Group, which provides 3D printing solutions for the construction industry, was featured by the Guinness World Record for the largest 3D-printed villa in the world

The company built a four-metre-high residential villa in one seamless session, located in the Al Awir 1 area of Dubai, with an overall built-up area of 300 sqm. 

The company stated that this was the world's biggest 3D-printed villa.

Sustainable practices in the construction industry

The entire structure of the villa was crafted from locally sourced concrete. 


The villa was built as a four-metre-high structure. (Image source: 3DXB Group)

“Aligned with the visionary decree No. (24) of 2021 issued by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, 3DXB GROUP is committed to supporting the country's ambitious goal of constructing 25% of buildings using 3D printing technology by 2030,” said chairman of 3DXB GROUP, Badar Rashid AlBlooshi.

“This global achievement wouldn’t have been attained without the guidance of his highness vision and the instrumental support of our government partners.

“At 3DXB, we are driven by a passion for sustainability and a desire to transform the construction industry through eco-friendly 3D printing solutions,” added AlBlooshi.

The company, which debuted its 3D printing technology in the UAE last year, said that it is keen to add to the Dubai 3D Printing Strategy. 


The completed structure. (Image source: 3DXB Group)

“Our mission is to drive positive change in the industry through innovation and responsible practices,” said AlBlooshi. 

“This Guinness World Record is not just about the sheer height of the structure, but also about the innovative approach of printing a four-meter-high building in one session.” 

Dubai's 3D Printing Strategy aims to achieve a minimum rate of 25% implementation of 3D printed buildings in the emirate by 2030. The strategy not only fosters innovation but also offers economic and environmental benefits, including lower construction costs, reduced construction time, and the utilisation of sustainable and recycled materials.