Eco-friendly building uses interlocking wooden bricks

Eco-friendly building uses interlocking wooden bricks

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French construction company Brikawood has created a new building method that uses a single component – interlocking wooden bricks. The bricks are completely recyclable, provide high quality heating and waterproofing and are available in three different sizes. For the largest construction projects, such as a home, the company recommends its largest brick, the 250. Additionally, building designers recommend a brick size of 160 if the space is less than 50 square meters. For structures that are too small to need planning permission, such as studio space and garden sheds, the smallest brick size – the 120 – is proposed.

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