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Leger Wanaselja Car Part Home Used Over 100 Vehicle Scraps


By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran (Star) Jan 27, 12
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Most architectural homes would be designed with carefully manufactured parts, however this Leger Wanaselja car part home is recognized for its structure that used over 100 car roofs. The designers wanted to make a competitive designer home while maintaining a strictly environmental building plan.

The home has been built in Berkeley, California and the car scraps were found in local junk yards. The home carries no trace of being built partly upon recycled material, which goes to show that a little knowledge with home design and a hell of a lot of creativity can really put a roof over one’s head.

The Leger Wanaselja car part home was built using low-toxicity materials and is fully furnished with wooden products. The house is green from top to bottom.



Source: gizmag
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