Dutch 3D-printing firm MX3D has completed the construction of a fully functional, stainless steel pedestrian bridge using four 3D-printing robots. The 41-foot-long bridge will be installed over the Oudezijds Achterburgwal canal in Amsterdam in 2019. [MX3D]

In the newest episode of our ArchitectChats podcast, we speak with Mark Clayton, founder and CEO of Smartreview Inc., who discusses his company's development of Automated Plan Review (APR), a cloud-based software that checks building information models against key chapters of the International Building Code. [ARCHITECT]

A 10-year project timeline means that the recently completed Pauli Murray and Benjamin Franklin colleges at Yale, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, is the firm's first large-scale project designed using BIM. [ARCHITECT]

Modern Ornamental by New York–based architecture firm Edg uses 3D printing in order to make hollow plastic molds for historic ornamental elements such as columns and trims. Using laser scanning, the firm is able to re-create the shapes of architectural pieces that would have otherwise been created through more time-consuming and expensive methods. [Edg]

The Android Jones Deep Playa Experience by Android Jones + Vision Agency
Selin Ashaboglu for ARCHITECT The Android Jones Deep Playa Experience by Android Jones + Vision Agency

ARCHITECT's Katharine Keane spoke with artist Android Jones about "The Android Jones Deep Playa Experience," a virtual reality installation in the "No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man" exhibition at the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Renwick Gallery. [ARCHITECT]

Call for Entries: ARCHITECT invites design firms, manufacturers, researchers, students, startups, and innovators in all building-related disciplines to enter our 12th annual R+D Awards by April 20. New this year, Autodesk is offering winners of the program the opportunity to participate in its BUILD Space resident program in Boston. Winners will be featured in ARCHITECT's July issue and online. [ARCHITECT]