The Cork House by Arquitectos Anónimos Has a Co-uirky Exterior

 - Jan 22, 2011
References: arquitectosanonimos & archdaily
There are many materials that can be used to cover a building, but Arquitectos Anónimos went with cork to make the aptly named Cork House.

The Cork House might seem like a relatively normal structure, but within its innovative shell of corks lies a six-room rectangular house that scoffs at the notion of using non-sustainable building materials to cover a building. Also, the Cork House gets bonus points because its critical ingredient is also locally sourced since Portugal supplies 50 percent of the world's cork material.