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Bengaluru Makes History with India's First 3D-Printed Post Office, Spearheaded by Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

  • Posted on April 11, 2023
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Emerging from its roots as the Garden City to becoming the Silicon Valley of India, Bengaluru has evolved into India's third-largest city. With its pleasant weather, picturesque parks, and serene lakes, Bangalore has captured the hearts of many. But that's not all - Bengaluru is also famed for its diverse culinary scene. From trendy eateries, street food joints, and quirky cafes to artisanal coffee roasters and bustling pubs, the city boasts a culinary landscape that spans the globe. Whether you're in the mood for brunches, buffets, burgers, rooftop cafes, or late-night eats, Bangalore has it all, making it a food lover's paradise.


Now The city of Bengaluru is set to make history with the upcoming construction of India's first-ever post office using cutting-edge 3D printing technology. This groundbreaking development has garnered attention from various quarters, including Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, the renowned chief of Biocon. With its innovative approach and utilization of advanced technology, this 3D-printed post office is expected to pave the way for future advancements in construction methods and revolutionize the way buildings are designed and built.

This news has generated excitement and curiosity among the tech and architecture communities, as well as the general public, who eagerly anticipate witnessing this technological marvel come to life in Bengaluru. Stay tuned for this landmark moment in India's architectural and technological landscape!

The idea for the post office was initially proposed in August, and to everyone's amazement, it has been completed within just one month. The construction work is now progressing at an unprecedented pace, showcasing the remarkable speed and efficiency of the 3D printing technology being utilized.

The construction of the post office in Cambridge Layout, Ulsoor, Bangalore, is currently underway by Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T) at a cost of around ₹23 lakhs. This innovative project is expected to be 30 to 40 percent cheaper than a traditional post office, as reported by The New Indian Express. Originally proposed in August last year with a target completion time of one month, the construction process has now gained momentum and is progressing at an accelerated pace.

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, the executive chairperson of Biocon, a leading biotech company, also expressed her reaction to the news, stating, "Excited to see the country's first 3D-printed post office being built in Bengaluru - hoping this sets the trend for future innovations!"

She is renowned for her outspoken views on Bengaluru's infrastructure and mobility challenges. The 3D-printed post office, expected to span 1,100 square feet, will operate like a traditional post office, offering a range of services.

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