A retired Serbian maths professor from the town of Kragujevac, built a house entirely out of plastic bottles. It took five years and 13,500 bottles for Radovanovic to build his 60sq meter house.
Only the foundation of the property is concrete, and all other parts of the house, including the kitchen furniture and windows are made out of plastic bottles that he and some of his former students had been collecting for months.
Radovanovic stated that he will not live in the house, but will spent some time in the house since the bottles make great heat insulators (via).
La Casa de Botellas in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina, is a home constructed from thousands of PET plastic bottles. This creative eco-friendly home is the brainchild of the Alfredo Santa Cruz family has developed a method what they call a ‘self-invented casting technology’ that is also environmentally responsible.
The doors and windows are made out of recycled CD jewel cases while the columns, walls, furniture and outdoor garden lapa are all made from discarded drink bottles. The roof is made out of plastic Tetra-packs. The home also features a plastic bottle playhouse.
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