A Pavilion Made of Milk Cartons Sets Guinness World Record

A Pavilion Made of Milk Cartons Sets Guinness World RecordPhotos Courtesy of CUACS Arquitectura

The Tetrabrik Pavilion designed by CUAC Arquitectura and Sugarplatform in 2011 celebrates World Recycling Day. Built with over 45,000 cartons recycled by more than 100 colleges in Granada, Spain, the project has set a world record for the largest built structure created from recycled materials. It's nice to see an initiative with the environment in mind gather so much attention and remind us of how our waste accumulates.

RELATED: First We Feast - 10 Cases of False Food Advertising

[via Architizer]

Stay Connected with
Complex Art+design
Tags: milk-cartons, guinness-world-record, pavilions, architecture
blog comments powered by Disqus