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Looking for somewhere sustainable to live? Well, the answer may be in Colombia!
We love tiny homes and if you haven’t got plans to build your own, you could do much worse than one made by Woodpecker SAS.
A Truly Sustainable Home
Woodpecker is based in Bogota, Colombia and they have worked out how to combine recycled plastic with coffee husks (discarded from the coffee farming process) to make home building materials.
All of their products are lightweight, sustainable prefabs that can be dropped in pretty much anywhere in the world and be used for homes or for classrooms, for that matter.
They’re also super easy to build.
It’s a bit like building a Lego kit rather than a home – anyone can do it, no construction background required.
They’re Affordable Too
And what you’re really not going to believe is the price. A Woodpecker prefab home can cost as little as $4,500!
That makes them affordable to nearly everyone.
This proves that a sustainable future is not just a pipe-dream but a potential reality!
Get more info directly from Woodpecker here.