Built out of wooden palettes and other recycled materials, the Manifesto House is a concept constructed by James & Mau Arquitectura for experimentation's sake. The design aims to be energy efficient, and is located in South America in Chile.
Everything about the house is designed to be eco-friendly, from the materials used to how everything was built. As stated on DesignBoom, "the dwelling represents the potentials of bioclimatic integration, recycled and reused materials, non polluting fabrication techniques, and integration of renewable energy." Clearly ensuring that the health of the planet remains intact while building is a top priority for James & Mau Arquitectura, and not only for the Manifesto House, but for other structures too.
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