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You Won’t Believe How They Built This Hotel

Taking a trip to Texas? Travelers will soon be able to spend the night in the world’s first 3-D-printed hotel—and yes, it looks as cool as it sounds.

Nomads might already be familiar with El Cosmico, a hippy-style glamping site way out west in Marfa. The off-grid desert campground, founded by hospitality visionary Liz Lambert, is one of the area’s most beloved attractions where vacationers can opt to sleep under the stars in a safari tent, yurt, teepee, or vintage Airstream. Now, Lambert has teamed up with Austin-based startup Icon and architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) to reimagine and relocate the hotel using 3-D printing technology.

The project will expand the current 21-acre spread into a remote, 62-acre community with dome-shaped guest dwellings and huts, a circular infinity pool with cabanas, an open-air spa, and additional shared spaces where guests can gather for workshops. Read more…

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