hadrian bricklaying robot

Architecture, Technology

hadrian bricklaying robot by Marc Pivac

Here’s a bit of technology sure to please developers worried about rising construction costs: This new robot engineered by Marc Pivac has the ability to erect a home in just two days. Named Hadrian after the Roman emperor who rebuilt the Pantheon, and more famously constructed the Hadrian Wall that marked the northern limit of Britannia, this incredible piece of tech can work 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and it’s able to lay 1,000 bricks per hour with the potential of building 150 homes in a year.

So how does it work?


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