A circular building from waste materials was realized, which offers an answer to questions relating to resource-positive construction in an urban context and embodies a new method of architectural production for a post-consumer society. The roof structure is formed from a pre-stressed grid of layered and interlocking re-used timber beams, while the wall elements utilize a system of upcycled cardboard boxes and posters designed to last for at least one year.
Resources and processes
Input: Old timber roof construction – paper waste
Output: Sustainable Building with upcycled paperwaste