At a Shanghai expo, 3D printers produce toys and lampshades, meanwhile, in Dubai, whole houses are printed, using fast curing concrete and a modular building technique. It lets architects get real creative.
Qi Xinghua has created some of the world's biggest 3D murals. Now the 35-year-old street artist has been invited to Berlin to paint a new work. DW met him while he was working on it.
What do houses from the 3D printer in Dubai, wooden crate furniture in Beijing, a suspension railway in Medellín, urban farming in Detroit and a micro home in Berlin have to do with the German Bauhaus?
During the 5th World Government Summit in Dubai, the government set out a bold vision for how adapting to climate change could form the basis of an industry worth billions to the country.
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