Sustainable architecture using cork and recycled brick

The temporary summer pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in London, will be characterized by a sustainable soul this year.
Counterspace, the collaborative architectural studio that designs the Pavilion, has chosen to use both contemporary and traditional construction techniques, selecting materials from renewable sources and recycled materials, including: cork and custom brick modules made up to 90% recycled inerts content from construction or demolition waste, produced without combustion and therefore with reduced carbon emissions compared to traditional brick production.

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