Office of the Future
The Office of the Future project was built as part of the Dubai ruler's vision to build the first 3D printed concrete office in the world. It consists of two office spaces that are arranged in a way that open to each other and provide an elegant exterior perspective. The superstructure was 3D printed while the substructure was conventional cast-in-place (CIP) concrete. The superstructure was divided into two parts: bottom and top parts. The shape of each is a U-shape with maximum length, height, and width of 8.9m, 2.1m, and 2.1m, respectively. These dimensions were determined based on the 3D printer and shipping limitations.