The Villa Asserbo is a quick assembly house that essentially snapped together like one big toy. Built using 400 Forest Stewardship Council-certified Nordic plywood components designed in digital software and fabricated using a CNC miller, the Villa Asserbo took only six weeks to construct. An impressive feat to say the least, it is an eco-friendly endeavor that not only used sustainable materials, but also cut down drastically on many of the environmentally unsustainable practices of standard residential construction.
Created by Danish designers Frederik Agdrup and Nicholas Bjørndal in collaboration with Facit homes, a London-based digital fabrication and architecture specialist, the Villa Asserbo is both stylish and practical. Similar houses can be built wherever CNC milling machines are found.
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