Additive manufacturing has just proved once again that it has a bright future ahead of it. In fact, the first 3D-printed concrete pedestrian bridge in the world was created a few weeks ago in Alcobendas, Spain, which is not far from Madrid.
The bridge, which allows passage over a stream, was modelled by the Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia and printed by Acciona.
Made of concrete, it is 12 metres long and 1.75 metres wide.

Watch the video of the bridge’s inauguration: