Gallery: 9 Green Architecture Student Projects That Make the Grade

 
The students used computer modeling to first establish load bearing and positioning of structure, which was built from donated used beer boxes. They bolted the entire piece together and used concrete-filled boxes to anchor the whole project down. The result is a breathtaking design with a light and uplifting visual aesthetic.

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