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March 11, 2014 AT 2:00 am

Eric Klarenbeek’s Mycelium 3D-printed fungus could build houses (VIDEO) #3DPrinting

Eric Klarenbeek’s Mycelium 3D-printed fungus could build houses:

3D-printed mushroom roots “could be used to build houses”

Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: designer Eric Klarenbeek, who displayed a chair made out of 3D-printed fungus at Dutch Design Week in October, says the technique could be used to create larger, more complex structures.

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