​We are interested in partnering with co-investors/interested parties who want to and are able to invest in this type of iconic architecture, or other creative structure that can be occupied. It could be in any part of the world, and will depend on the level of financing. 

Preferably, the printed building must be located close to a large city anywhere in the world for ease of access and transportation (best if close to an airport or taxi-driving distance).

If it is a castle, we will implement a fantasy-style with many details in the interior to make a superior fantasy-style interior. If it is a contemporary-style, we will print sophisticated high-tech building. Other ideas can be considered upon request. (So many structures could be the first to be 3D-printed in the world).
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Feb 16, 2017

With completion of Stroybot2, a more advanced, faster, lighter, and user-friendly 3D Concrete Printing machine, we are looking for partners for one-time printing projects. Ideally, you are providing land/financing and we are providing the technology.
​We are going to print certain structures for projects, such as
  Airbnb “Night At” an iconic space, and are accepting inquiries to print a modern high-tech building or larger fantasy-style castle by Stroybot2

World's First 3D Printed Hotel Suite in the Philippines, by Andrey Rudenko

Aug 25, 2014

This two year long journey has finally brought the world’s first 3D Printed Concrete Castle. Read more...

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Concrete 3D Castle completed 

Dec 15, 2015

The Philippines' Lewis Grand Hotel is home to the world's first-ever operational commercial structure created using 3D-concrete printing technology by Andrey Rudenko and his team. The 3D-Printed hotel suite measures 10.5 meters by 12.5 meters with a height of 4 meters, and includes two bedrooms, a living room, and a Jacuzzi room with a giant 3D-Printed Jacuzzi.  Printing was completed on September 20th, 2015.   Read more on 3ders.com