The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Pavilion at Expo 2023 Doha enters the Guinness World Records for 3D printing technology
Nestled within the landscape of Expo 2023 Doha, reflects the innovation and architectural prowess of the TASMU Tower. The pavilion of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) TASMU (SMART Qatar) has proudly secured its place in the Guinness World Records Book by crafting the longest independent concrete structure using state-of-the-art 3D printing technology.
Covering a vast 170 square meters and rising to a majestic height of 12.4 meters, the Ministry's pavilion will captivate every visitor. Imagined as a ten-tiered tower, each level is adorned with meticulously designed bricks resulting in a total of 75 individual pieces—all created using advanced 3D printing technology.
This Guinness World Record is a badge of innovation that signifies the State of Qatar's relentless drive to break technological barriers, champion collaboration, and introduce innovations that elevate the quality of life. The MCIT pavilion embodies Qatar's journey, where age-old traditions seamlessly integrate with advanced technology to tackle global challenges.
MCIT's prominent presence and the unveiling of the TASMU Tower at Expo 2023 Doha highlight its unwavering commitment to leveraging technology for sustainable solutions, benefiting residents, businesses, and visitors in Qatar.
As the world converges at Expo 2023 Doha, the TASMU Tower stands tall, not just in stature but in its profound message: a future where technology and sustainability converge, guiding us towards a brighter, more promising tomorrow.