I first met Sofoklis Giannakopoulos at 3D Printshow London, around this time last year, and it seems like an eternity has passed. There, he showed me the early stages of his research into sustainable materials (primarily soil) that could be extruded by a Kuka robotic arm to build housing structures. So much has happened since, and many new achievements have been accomplished in the fascinating field of house 3D printing, but they all come down to one fundamental aspect: the proper materials.

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