Biological House was unveiled in Middelfart, Denmark. Photo via Inhabitat
Tomato stems and wood chips, for example, were turned into composite boards, which were then used to build the house. Collaborating with another local architectural practice GXN, Een Til Een used digital production technology to design an adaptable structure that can be quickly assembled and just as easily disassembled—which is why it was built on screw piles instead of a traditional concrete foundation.
Source: Eco-friendly modular home is built from upcycled agricultural waste – Curbed