The Temple of Trash by Salzig Design Features Over 100 Tons of Plastic

By: Jordan M - Published: Feb 23, 2011   Updated: May 5 2011 • References: salzigdesign &
The Temple of Trash by Salzig Design may not be your average pyramid structure and is definitely plenty impressive.

Built in Rotterdam, Netherlands, the Temple of Trash by Salzig Design was constructed by compressing more than 100 tons of plastic bottles into giant blocks of incredible density and size. And while the massive temple was merely a temporary structure, its legacy as a successful demonstration of how effective recycled plastic construction can be remains as indomitable as ever.

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