Plastic Bottle Village project in Panama creates full dwellings from discarded materials

When it comes to building houses, architects and firms will continually keep looking for new ways to take into account environmentally conscious design and sustainability. Robert Bezeau, creator and owner of Plastic Bottle Village, wants to take a unique approach to this area of interest by using discarded plastic bottles to build houses in Panama.

Plastic Bottle Village's official website shares information on just how much of an impact the average person can make when it comes to plastic bottle waste. “If you were born after 1978, and live until 80 years old, you will leave behind a minimum of 14,400 plastic bottles on this planet,” the website explains.

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