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Sustainable eyeglass hut demonstrates closed loop recycling in Australia

The Australian architect describes the project as a demonstration of efficient resource use. In a statement on the project’s website, he explains that "sustainable materials in architecture is about thinking how we can most efficiently use the world’s resources in a respectful manner, I believe we need to create closed loop manufacturing systems where no material goes to landfill or pollutes our natural ecosystems, but is rather up-cycled to minimize resource depletion and environmental degradation.
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