The first residential building printed in 3D will be built in Germany, more precisely in the city of Beckum, in Westphalia. The two-story house will have 80 square meters per floor, with walls constructed by Danish manufacturer COBOD's BOD2 concrete 3D printer. Led by PERI GmbH, a company specializing in the manufacture and distribution of formwork, scaffolding and shoring, the construction project has successfully obtained all regulatory approvals in recent months. Although the completion date has not yet been communicated, the project looks well advanced and it is not unlikely that, in the near future, this construction technique will be preferred in Germany.