Officina Roma by Raumlaborberlin

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The Officina Roma is an experimental building/villa that’s built entirely out of trash, consisting of a bedroom, a kitchen and a work shop space in place of a living room. The entire building is built within one week with the help of 24 high school students from all over Italy. The kitchen is constructed out of old bottles, the bedroom has walls made out of used car doors, the workshop has wooden windows and old furniture, the main roof is set from old oil barrels and used dry wall profiles. The project encourages us to rethink our lifestyle and explore the natural resources around us, within the give month of the RE-cycle exhibition of the Officina Roma will host a series of workshops and discussions of topics such as experimental building practices, alternative living concepts and recycling design.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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