These are some shots of the two-story villa that Chinese company ZhuoDa assembled in less than three hours using six previously 3-D printed modules. The company says it takes about 9 days to produce the modules. That is pretty impressive. Even more impressive considering the home is capable of withstanding a magnitude-9 earthquake and is constructed using a proprietary new building material that is "sourced from industrial and agricultural waste, is fireproof and waterproof, and is free from harmful substances such as formaldehyde, ammonia, and radon." Sounds like hardened sludge to me. But what do I know, I'm just the fourth little pig you never hear about because I spent my entire home-building budget on beer and lotto scratchers.
Keep going for a bunch more shots.
Thanks to Thomas W, who wants a house built out of ice cream that doesn't melt except when you lick it. I mean, I think you're on the right track, but that sounds too cold for me to lay on the bathroom floor naked how I like to do.