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Recycled adobes, wood, reused tiles and cactus. A house in a village constructed with local resources by architecture students.



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Project details
Project name: Juan Hippolito House
Description: Recycled adobe, wood, reused tiles and cactus.
Category: housing
Design: b_rootstudio
Building status: in use
Construction period: 2012
Location: San Pedro Apostol, Mexico
Coordinates: 16°44'8.7'' N, 96°43'35.1'' W
Tags: traditional technique, local resources, student participation, recycled recources, mud brick
Project ID: 372
Published: 20 May 2013
Last updated: 29 July 2013
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