These New Offices In DIFC Are The First EVER To Made Using A 3D Printer And They Look Incredible!

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You might remember, back in April, HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum introduced a new strategy to utilise 3D printing to enhance the status of Dubai.

Well, His Highness proved his point when he tweeted the below last night! He revealed the 'Office of the Future' on Twitter, the first EVER 3D printed offices in the world. The offices, which are located in the garden of Emirates Towers, were created using a 3D printer with a 20 feet high, 120 feet long and 40 feet wide robotic arm. Impressive right?!

The offices cover 250 square meters and were created with a healthy modern office environment in mind ie. they'll be ideal for office brainstorming and collaborative working.

“Our vision for development is driven by a deep understanding of the future needs, and built on proactive ideas because we want to be in first place globally. Our methodology for development is based on the launch of initiatives that can be applied anywhere in the world and creating a global model for not only our economy but also for the global economy.”

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum

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