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Labor 13's Rustic Czech House is Made Entirely out of Recycled Materials

by , 08/10/12



Labor 13, recycled materials, Conceptual Object of Vernerice, rustic, Czech Republic, green design, sustainable, eco-design

The brief for the Conceptual Object in Vernerice called for an inexpensive and energy-efficient house with a small environmental footprint. It was built on the site of an existing barn, which was recycled and used in part to construct this new building, and is sheltered by a series of semi-dilapidated stone walls. Five gates on the southern side of the home open completely, erasing the boundary between indoors and outdoors.

The interior furnishings are very simple (check out the indoor hammock!) and eventually the home will be powered with solar energy. For now the homeowners are enjoying a private vegetable garden that overlooks the bucolic countryside, and take their freshwwater from a newly-dug well. They also treat their own waste in an on-site sewage system.

+ Labor 13

Via Architizer

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