A Fusion of Construction & Technology

Blackwell holding is a modern construction company driven by technology that combines hardware, software, and instructional resources to help people live more sustainably and contribute to a better society.


By fusing 3D construction printing technology with in-depth construction knowledge, we are transforming the way we construct today. This gives us a unique opportunity to take care of the entire construction process, from idea to turn-key product. We are utilizing technologies to create low-rise structures purely robotically. In the future, we will be able to construct concrete, long-lasting homes in just a week using precision 3D printing technology, allowing homebuilders to increase building output while cutting prices.

By advancing the industrialisation of the construction process, 3D concrete printing will, in our opinion, change the construction sector. Our desire to market this technology is driven by the need to build more homes more sustainably quickly and inexpensively. A more sustainable constructed environment is made possible by cleverer designs and the efficient use of materials, both of which are enabled by 3D concrete printing.

What is 3D Concrete Printing Technology?

A construction 3D printer is a machine that can build houses by depositing a material (concrete for example) layer by layer. Concrete 3D printing – a.k.a. “Construction 4.0” – is a similar 3D printing technology to the one that FFF 3D printers use. Paste-type material, in this case, concrete or earth materials, is pushed through a nozzle in layers to print buildings in 3D.

The construction revolution has arrived…

3D printing, automation and digitization are becoming more and more important in construction for several reasons. Firstly, we can build faster and with completely new forms than before, and secondly, we can minimize waste and use fewer materials.

- Kasper Lynge, Ph.D - Deputy head of department at the Department of Construction and Building Design at Aarhus University

Why is 3D Concrete
Better ?

Eco Friendly

3D printed houses can be built with organic, eco-friendly materials. Moreover, some house 3D printers use solar energy and generate low CO2 emissions.


3D printed houses can be built with organic, eco-friendly materials. Moreover, some house 3D printers use solar energy and generate low CO2 emissions.


3D printed houses can be built with organic, eco-friendly materials. Moreover, some house 3D printers use solar energy and generate low CO2 emissions.

Design flexibility

3D printed houses can be built with organic, eco-friendly materials. Moreover, some house 3D printers use solar energy and generate low CO2 emissions.

3D printing has revolutionized the building sector, enabling the creation of captivating living spaces without significantly raising costs. It promotes efficient material use and environmental benefits.

This technology eliminates many restrictions present in conventional construction. With 3D printers, square, curved, or wave-shaped walls can be produced effortlessly, allowing architects to explore innovative designs without added expense. Layer-by-layer concrete printing reduces waste and streamlines processes, increasing construction speed and efficiency.

Familiar for its quality and strength, concrete is applied creatively in 3D printing. This innovation simplifies the creation of rounded, organic shapes, leading to dynamic and fascinating living spaces. Future homes will transition from isolated units to unified masses, fully customized to occupants' needs.






Mark Hugh
Arscott Croskery






A: 3D concrete printing is a process of creating three-dimensional objects made of concrete using a specialized 3D printer. The printer deposits layers of concrete on top of each other to create the final object.

A: There are several benefits to 3D concrete printing. It can be faster, more cost-effective, and more environmentally friendly than traditional concrete construction methods. It can also allow for more complex and customized designs.

A: 3D concrete printing can be used to create a variety of objects, including building components, sculptures, and even entire houses.

A: One limitation of 3D concrete printing is that the size of the printer limits the size of the objects that can be printed. Another limitation is that the technology is still relatively new and may not be widely available or affordable.

A: Traditional concrete construction methods involve pouring concrete into molds or forms, which can be time-consuming and labor-intensive. 3D concrete printing, on the other hand, involves depositing layers of concrete on top of each other, which can be faster and more precise.

A: The main material used in 3D concrete printing is concrete, which is typically a mixture of cement, water, and aggregate. Other materials, such as reinforcement fibers or admixtures, can also be added to enhance the properties of the concrete.

A: There have been several notable 3D concrete printing projects, including the world's first 3D printed pedestrian bridge in the Netherlands and the world's first 3D printed house in China.

A: The future of 3D concrete printing is promising, with the potential to revolutionize the construction industry. It could lead to faster, more sustainable, and more customizable construction methods. However, more research and development is needed to fully realize its potential.

Team & Core Strength

An association of inventors, engineers, designers, architects, building specialists, and print experts makes up BLACKWELL HOLDING. We have a combined expertise of more than 100 years in the technological, financial, design, and conventional construction sectors. As a result, we have the ability to confidently complete your project, from the first concept to the finished structure.

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