The Brighton Waste House | La Casa de Basura

Nombre del Proyecto: The Brighton Waste House (La Casa de Basura)
Autor: Duncan Baker-Brown
Año: 2011
Ubicación: Brighton, Reino Unido
Material Revalorizado: Ladrillos botados, multilaminados y trozos de madera de otras construcciones, vinyl banners viejos, afeitadoras de plástico y cepillos de diente usados, Jeans, DVD’s and video cassettes.
Sitio Web: http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/business-and-community/the-house-that-kevin-built/about
Descripción

La “Brighton Waste House” investiga las estrategias para construir un contemporáneo, con bajo uso de energía, y permanente edificio usando mas de 85% de ‘basura’ como material de construcción extraído de casas y construcciones locales.(arts.brighton.ac.uk)

Name of the Project: The Brighton Waste House
Author: Duncan Baker-Brown
Year: 2011
Location: Brighton, UK
Upcycled Material: Thrown-away bricks, ply sheets and off-cut timber from other construction projects, old vinyl banners, old plastic razors, old toothbrushes ,denim jeans, DVD’s and video cassettes.
Website: http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/business-and-community/the-house-that-kevin-built/about
Description

The Brighton Waste House investigates strategies for constructing a contemporary, low energy,  permanent building using over 85% ‘waste’ material drawn from household and construction sites.

The Brighton Waste House aims to prove that under valued so-called waste material has potential to become a valuable resource and therefore prove “that there is no such thing as waste, just stuff in the wrong place!’. It also aims to prove that a contemporary, innovative, low energy building can be constructed almost entirely by young people studying construction trades, architecture & design. (arts.brighton.ac.uk)

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