The 'B (h) uis' is Made Completely From Waste Materials

By: manzil - Published: Feb 11, 2011   Updated: Aug 2 2011 • References: & cubeme
Dutch firm Hoogte Twee Architect Studio has cleverly erected the 'B (h) uis' pavillion from wasted materials, therefore defining it as a magnificent recycled sculpture.

The 'B (h) uis' is comprised of PVC pipes that were skillfully selected and stacked to make the structure well-balanced and strong enough to keep the pipes together. Hoogte Twee Architect Studio's 'B (h) uis' is a perfect example of the usefulness of wasted materials in construction.

Implications - Hopefully this superb structure influences architects all around the world to look for alternative materials to use in their construction. It definitely inspires citizens who wish to live greener lives. Stats for Recycled Cube Pavillions Trending: Older & Average
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