Small House Built From Bones, Bottles And Debris

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If we were to talk about building a house out of bottles, bones and sand debris, many would say that this is impossible. Well, nowadays we do have access to the technology needed to build a home out of practically anything we want. Treehugger proves this as they came across a house that is exactly as the description says.

According to Treehugger, the house is 180 square feet and is the work of designer Netonia Yalte, which is renowned for her stackwall work. In case you were not aware of this, stackwall is a method of building that uses bottles with mortar, driftwood and cordwood to create structures. So, next time you think about how to recycle, how about building a house out of bottles, bones, sand and debris?

Sleeping Area

Sleeping Area

A small stove and a writing area inside the house

A small stove and a writing area inside the house

Entry Way

Entry Way

Close-up On Exterior Wall

Close-up On Exterior Wall

Source: Treehugger

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