This recycled plastic tiny home belongs to environmental activist Gary Bencheghib and identifies an eco-friendly design that makes use of an unexpected form of waste material. The home is situated in Bali, Indonesia where it has been crafted using around 35,000 plastic bags and other waste materials sourced from the coastlines in the surrounding landscape. The home offers 12-meters-squared of living space with enough area for a king-size bed, a bathroom and kitchen space to accommodate everyday lifestyle needs.
Bencheghib commented on the recycled plastic tiny home saying, “I decided that why not recycle the plastics that we’re collecting from the rivers, and really show what we can do with it. So, this has been a personal project but really an experiment that we can really make amazing things out of trash.”
Image Credit: Gary Bencheghib / Johannes P. Christo