The architectural firm Een til Een has crossed the boundaries of green building by using agricultural waste as building materials, which would normally be considered waste, offering a new, efficient and affordable way to build houses in the future. As part of BIOTOPE, an exhibition park and resource center designed to showcase the latest sustainable building technologies in Middelfart, Denmark. On this basis, the biological project will stimulate a new market for green growth through the refining of waste. It also demonstrates how to build healthy, green homes in the future that cost a competitive price.
The biological home is based on a flexible and modular construction system. The house is designed to ensure rapid construction and disassembly. Simplified production and modular design make future adaptation and replacement of the construction less complicated and less costly.
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