A Pavillion Constructed Out of 45,000 Milk Cartons

Designed by by CUAC Arquitectura and Sugarplatform to celebrate World Recycling Day, this temporary structure is a large pavilion made out of 45,000 milk cartons recycled by more than 100 colleges from around Granada, Spain. The "Tetrabrik Pavilion" (or Hall of Briks) is comprised of two major, freestanding parts: the wall, a solid latticed base, and the tower, a soaring core section that links two base walls. The pavilion has set a Guinness World Record as the largest built structure created from recycled materials.

 Find out more about the project here.

via [Architizer] via [Inhabitat]

Images courtesy of Javier Callejas Sevilla.