World’s largest 3D-printed sculpture, designed by Māori design institute, tells the story of geothermal energy’s arrival

The world’s largest 3D-printed sculpture – Te Ahi Tupua (The Eternal Fire) – has been installed at the southern gateway to Rotorua in New Zealand. Designed by Te Puia New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute (NZMACI), Te Ahi Tupua tells the story of the arrival of geothermal energy to the Rotorua region. The 12-metre-high 3D sculpture, built from composite materials by Kilwell Fibretube, incorporates … Continue reading World’s largest 3D-printed sculpture, designed by Māori design institute, tells the story of geothermal energy’s arrival