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School Built with Bottles, Trash, and $3k

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This school in the village of Granados in central Guatemala is a fascinating display of ingenuity and recycling.  According to an article in The Oregonian, Peace Corps volunteer Laura Kutner came up with the idea of finishing the construction of a school with the abundance of plastic waste in the area.  With the help of the local community, volunteers from Hug It Forward, and $3,000, the school was completed and painted in a vibrant orange color. 

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Net Zero Energy Paradigm Homes

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After the setting of 13 factory-built boxes and the completion of construction, these net zero energy homes were opened to three low-income families in Lafayette, Colorado.  Referred to as the Paradigm Pilot Project, the development includes one single family home and a duplex.  The project was designed by HB&A Architects and built by All American Homes of Colorado for the Boulder County Housing Authority. 

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Picturesque Oceanside Prefab in Oregon

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I first noticed this genuine weeHouse on Mrs. French's site last month (see here, here, and here).  The Oceanside Prefab, as it's know, is on a picturesque spot on the Oregon coast and available for rent should you have any interest.  The home was assembled with two 14' x 50' modules by Stratford Homes and designed by none other than Alchemy Architects

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