Guardian online: Plan to build UK’s first building entirely out of waste

The UK’s first building to be made onsite entirely out of waste is to be built in Brighton this autumn.

Designed by Brighton-based architect Duncan Baker-Brown, it will be built on the University of Brighton’s campus in the city centre from waste and surplus material from local building sites and other local industries.
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