This Cork House Fits Together Like LEGOs | Mashable



This unique house, constructed entirely out of cork, shows the incredible potential of timber construction. The expanded cork blocks were made from waste or byproduct material from the cork and are entirely recyclable and reusable.

Mashable and Arup are working together to showcase innovations from around the world that help make construction more sustainable.

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