Do you remember the featured story about the Villa Asserbo, which was built due to rapid-prototyping technologies? Now think about that and take it to another level et voilà, you got a 3D printer, which is able to generate a whole furniture for your building and even more. Imagine real-time printing of needed elements within minutes on construction sites! The possibilities are endless and 3D printing is probably the most-discussed topic around the net in the last months. I’m still fascinated by all the opportunities of this amazing technology and hope that it reaches mainstream within the next year. This ambitious project was created by DUS architects who just built the Kamermaker, a moveable 3D printer that is able to print objects by the size up to 7.2 feet by 7.2 feet by 11.4 feet. It is possible to see that machine in action in the next four days. The guys over at DUS created a pavillon in the center of Amsterdam for showcasing the Kamermaker.