Biological house is built from upcycled farming waste

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Increased demands for better use of space and sustainability is leading to innovative approaches in housing, whether that's rapidly assembled modular homes or equally portable solar abodes, and now a Denmark-based project is focusing on using more sustainable materials for home builds. The project, led by GXN in collaboration with design firm EEN TIL EEN and supported by the Danish Ministry of the Environment plus some forty partners overall, aims to demonstrate the capability of upcycling and sustainability in housing concepts. Beginning from the ground up, the Biological House doesn't require the permanence of concrete; instead the architects opted for…

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