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it's got a roof to keep you dry a kitchen a bedroom everything went normal house would have , but this one is a little different it's made almost entirely from coke so now %HESITATION entering the house which is the first project to use %HESITATION this call construction kit , and for me one of the architects behind it is a million times to just over two years to build in the English town of eaten so what would it be like to live in it smells of the court forest it's got a very distinct smell , what really warm to the touch , the cold used to build it comes from the bark of oak trees in the Mediterranean , it was collected from Weiss created during court manufacture , because of its light weight the walls and the roof were assembled by hand and the strong thermal properties mean the high stays warm so no plastic insulation is required architects say once the building which is the end of its life it can be easily disassembled the twelve hundred or so blocks recycled composted so how long will it stay standing the snare definitive %HESITATION on to %HESITATION to that question because it's the first time it's been done %HESITATION she genuinely innovative building made of solid Cork %HESITATION but you know we've looked at %HESITATION %HESITATION Portuguese %HESITATION court pavilion %HESITATION which has been in place for about twenty years this call crisis been shortlisted for British architecture award but it might have to wait a while yet before design wins over the public at large