Anna Cheniuntai was honored to give a speech at the TEDx Deerfield event hosted at Deerfield Academy. The speech answers the popular question, “Can construction 3D printing technology combat the housing crisis?”
The opening of the World’s and Apis Cor’s First Showroom for 3D Printed Homes located at the Avenue Viera in Melbourne, Florida. (08/01/22: The showroom is now closed with a new location to be determined in 2023/2024.)
Apis Cor 3D printed a two-story administrative building for the Dubai Municipality. Standing at 9.5 meters tall with an area of 640 square meters, it sets a Guinness World Record for the largest 3D printed building ever constructed on Earth.
In collaboration with New York-based architecture company SEArch+, Apis Cor received the highest awards in all levels the company participated in NASA’s “3D Printed Habitat Challenge” to advance the construction technology needed to create sustainable housing solutions for Earth and beyond.
Apis Cor received a Award K50, a list of the 50 most promising early-stage companies worldwide, addressing a global challenge. Only companies that are developing cutting edge technologies, aiming to revolutionize a large, outdated industry or that are addressing a fundamental human need, are invited to join this competitive group.