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This House Is Made From Tomato Stems, Grass and Other Farm Waste

Denmark is officially home to the world's first biological house, a conceptual structure built from upcycled agricultural materials, including bits of tomato stems, seaweed, grass and glass that would ordinarily be incinerated and used as an energy source. Brings a new meaning to the term, "farm house." READ MORE »
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