A sustainable living module for the children
Plastic bottles necks (leftovers from the light bricks placed in the walls) were assembled to serve as a natural cooling system.
Scrap wood is being used for the ceiling, whit cardboard serving as insulation under the metal roof. 4 solorbottles were inserted for extra lighting during the day.
Reciprocal roof structure
Eco-brikcs form recycled glass bottles, the bottles were inserted for extra lighting during the day.
East wall built with plastic bottles as thermic insulation: Air is a good insulation due to its low thermal conductivity.
Wall made with muddy sausages, fibers and bomboo. All materials extracted from the site.
Compost for organic waste