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Located in the Netherlands, at Eschede in Roombeek neighborhood, this house of 2012 Architects consists of recycled materials: textile, wood, flooring, insulation, etc.















On the site Superuse, One learns about this villa:


"Erik Stekelenburg Describes the building of this first villa by 2012Architects have an inverse explosion, since MOST of the constituting materials Were therefor obtained from the surroundings of the buildingsite. The comparison suits very well since the constructionsite of Villa welpeloo Was devestated by the fireworks explosion in 2000 in Enschede.




Materials used:


Exterior


primary construction: redundant textile machine


secondary construction: second hand wooden beams


floors and roof: dismanteledwooden floorboards


insulation: EPS-sheets from disassembly-Site


cladding: wasted cable reels


moistregulation: seashells


Foundation: concrete (sorry, new)




Interior


elevator: second hand building-lift


shelvings: partly buildingsite-signs (waterproof multiplex)


lightfixtures: Construction of broken umbrellaparts (by in-iron)


bathroom walls: smileplastic (compressed coffecups)




Environmental gain


co2 Emissions Including transportation and processing:


cladding: 85% Reduction Compared To New Single wooden cladding


steel construction: 95% discount Compared To Sami building with new steel "



Photos: Erik Stekelenburg



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