Avimetal has announced on 18 February, 2023 that it has entered into a license package with Korean company Woo Joo, who is joining a joint venture with a Vietnam-based company to develop 100,000 square meters of land for a digital town. The development will consist of 500 townhouses, each with three floors and a total size of 100 square feet. What makes these townhouses unique is that they are built using non-flammable EPS foam embedded with calcium silicate Lego bricks, offering residents a durable and safe structure while reducing construction costs. Additionally, each house will feature its own 5kW solar roof tile system, providing self-sufficient power to the entire building, making these houses not only cost-effective but also sustainable and environmentally friendly. Avimetal believes that this project will offer families an excellent opportunity to enjoy affordable, comfortable, and energy-efficient housing in a beautiful and safe community. As the project progresses, further details will be shared. According to sources, building a small, basic house of about 100 square meters in Vietnam can cost between VND 400 million to VND 700 million (about USD 17,000 to USD 30,000), but the cost-effectiveness of the Lego brick construction method, made of durable plastic, offers an affordable alternative to traditional materials. Moreover, Lego bricks have a high thermal mass that can absorb and store heat, reducing the need for heating and cooling systems and ultimately lowering energy costs. Please visit https://www.3dtcity.com for 3D printing house.