Architects in London looking to build the first 3D printed house before the competition does.

Just last month, Dutch architects unveiled plans to build the world's first 3D printed house out of sand, with a construction time of 18 months. Now British architecture collective Softkill Design has announced they too are planning to build a 3D printed house, but theirs can be printed in three weeks and built in a day.

Rather than sand, the structure, known as the ProtoHouse, will be built out of highly fibrous laser-sinted bioplastic. The company does not see it as a race, they don't even see the Dutch as competition. A member of Softkill Design, Gilles Retsin told Dezeen:

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