In the first stage of the experiment, which lasted for 5 weeks, students were introduced to the properties of concrete such as ratios and casting techniques using Aalborg White CEMI 52.5 white cement. They also selected the appropriate template materials and tested the blocks. (images on the right)
Moving on to the second phase, which involves design and construction, a lattice wall made of concrete modules was digitally constructed over a period of 2 weeks. The process involved combining 3D printing technology with Excel UHPC to achieve a 1:1 node design, overall optimization, and finally construction.