ICON, BIG, and Liz Lambert unveil plan for 3D-printed hotels in Marfa, Texas

With a slew of in-process projects, ICON and Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) are making a name for themselves in the world of 3D printed architecture. The team recently broke ground on the world’s largest 3D-printed community and has plans to land 3D-printed habitations on the moon. In their latest collaboration, announced yesterday, they will work with hotelier Liz Lambert to reimagine El Cosmico, a campground in Marfa, Texas.

El Cosmico is a 21-acre campsite offering unique overnight experiences to guests who stay in idiosyncratic accommodations like revamped trailers, safari tents, tipis modeled on those used by the Indigenous peoples of the Great Plains, and Mongolian

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