Perfect Sustainable Design: Bricks Out Of Waste

Perfect Sustainable Design: Bricks Out Of Waste

StoneCycling, a building materials supplier in Amsterdam, has a mission to create high-quality building materials made from waste. Their award-winning WasteBasedBricksTM is made from a minimum of 60% waste and meets all industry standards.

Colourful Condo in Amsterdam with WasteBasedBricksTM

This colourful condo in Amsterdam truly shows what waste can do. Both the architect (Urban Echoes), as well as the client of this project, believed strongly in the use of sustainable materials. Together with the R&D department of StoneCycling, they selected a unique pattern of ten different ‘flavours’ of WasteBasedBricksTM. The facade is a mixture of the Wasabi Raw & Sliced, Nougat Raw & Sliced, Truffle Raw & Sliced, Caramel Raw & Sliced, and Mushroom Raw & Sliced WasteBasedBricksTM. Approx. 1480 kg of waste was upcycled in this project.

Product Out of Waste

Product Out of Waste

The design has got originally published in the November Issue of Surfaces Reporter Magazine.

Product Out of Waste

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