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How Dutch team is 3D-printing a full-sized house

3 May 2014 Last updated at 00:03 BST

Architects in Amsterdam have started building what they say is one of the world's first full-sized 3D-printed houses.

The structure is being built using a plastic heavily based on plant oil.

The team behind the house claim it is a waste-free, eco-friendly way to design and construct the cities of the future.

Anna Holligan has been to explore the latest development in the 3D printing revolution.

Camera: Harold Morris

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