Seems like anything can be created out of...well...anything! Just check out the 'Boxel' pavilion. Architecture students at the University of Applied Sciences in Detmold, Germany, constructed it out of more than 2,000 beer boxes (empty ones, folks).
Designer Henri Schweynoch used "parametric software to control the position of the boxes in relation to the overall geometry and to analyze the structural performance," according to Neatorama. The Boxel pavilion is certainly an "intoxicatingly" impressive feat.
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