This three-bedroom home has been designed and created as a recycled architectural achievement by JD Composites, and helps to change perceptions of what can be done with common waste materials.
Crafted using more than 600,000 plastic water bottles, the 2,000-square-foot home has been built on the Meteghan River in Nova Scotia, Canada. The prefab home is made with panels that have been formed using plastic pellets sourced from plastic bottles, which ensures that the home is ready to withstand the elements for many years. The house also features a PET foam core that is resistant to mildew, rotting and termites, while also being thermally efficient.
The house was shown off by JD Composites as a show house that it might even use as an Airbnb rental unit.
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