A natural gas transfer station with walls clad in bio-resin and hemp fiber-reinforced composite panels.
Images: Ronald Tilleman via Inhabitat
Dutch Studio Marco Vermeulen have created what they are claiming is the “world’s first building with a bio-based façade” in the village of Dinteloord in the Netherlands.
Commissioned by The Horticultural Development Company, the building is a natural gas transfer station with walls clad in bio-resin and hemp fibre-reinforced composite panels.
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