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Brikawood Uses Eco-Friendly Wooden Bricks to Build Houses

 - Feb 27, 2018
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This French construction company uses environmentally friendly wooden bricks to build sustainable homes. The Brikawood patented system involves using three different sizes of interlocking wooden blocks. The system makes the building process go faster and is also a more eco-conscious method.

The wooden bricks can be assembled and disassembled without any glue, nails or screws. Every brick is completely recyclable and made out of Class 3 certified eco wood. They also provide high-quality insulation and waterproofing. Brikawood offers a studio kit and a wall kit, which enable you to easily assemble your own structures, from a 215 square foot room in your garden to your own economical home.

This shows how living arrangements can be more sustainable and how micro-homes can be more easily accessible.