Sunday, January 29th, 2012
The owners of a home in Berkeley, California have made a commitment to green technology and repurposed materials. The upper walls of the home are made from over 100 salvaged car roofs that have been cut into long tiles and fitted in place.
Other unique features of the home, which was designed by Wanaselja Architecture include poplar bark shingles on the ground floor that were made from scraps from North Carolina furniture makers. Wood furnishing inside the home are made from locally salvaged wood.
Read more about this eco-friendly home on Gizmag.