Dezeen has a story on “Waste House,” which is the first permanent house made entirely of rubbish in the UK:
It was constructed by apprentices from social housing maintenance provider Mears, as well as volunteers and students from City College Brighton & Hove.
The architects claim that the Waste House is the UK’s first permanent building constructed from rubbish and Baker-Brown, who is a senior lecturer at the university, said the facility is intended to demonstrate appropriate applications for unheralded materials.
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