Recyclable house is made by cork blocks
The shortlisted architect of Stirling Prize, Matthew Barnett Howland with Dido Milne and Wilton, they have built a Cork House in Berkshire, England, The uniqueness of this house is, this is built by cork blocks.
This house is built in beside the Thames River, so they had kept in their mind, what will be the effect on the house, of greenhouse gas emissions, and biodiversity effect. The created the design of this building according to there ambient.
The Upper part of the house is a pyramid-like structure, which makes this house very eye-catching, and that part has constructed through the sustainable source cork blocks and supported by timber comp...