The man made a safe haven for refugees from plastic bottles
Algerian refugee actually creates a new way of life. Born in Ausserde, 27-year-old Tateh Lehbibi break is engaged in construction of houses, using the bottle. Undoubtedly, the obvious availability of homes that can be traced even in the wild arid areas.
This is a real achievement - engaged in construction of buildings, at around 113 degrees on a thermometer. Unable to safely build houses during sandstorms. For forty years after the war took place in the western part of the Sahara, in the near distance from Tindouf, Algeria, lived five camps.
In 2015, there were heavy rains, which destroyed a large number of houses, self-aligned refugees. Break came an unusual idea.
The man has a master's degree to enhance energy saving, energy efficiency, he got it after taking part in the fellowship program of the High Commissioner for the United Nations Refugee Organization. He intended to build a roof garden to grow seedlings in the bottle, but the round shape of the house, which he builds, creates a certain problem. The man wondered what he could do with the bottles, and I remembered a documentary that had seen during his time at the university.
Houses made of plastic bottles can withstand storms better than clay, mud or tent home, and they are water-resistant. The houses have thick walls, which are more resistant to sandstorms.
Break built the first bottle house of his grandmother. Cooperating with the UN, the break has already built 25 houses.
He for his activities earned the nickname "Crazy with bottles." Although he received the award for the idea, the man said: "People still look at me as a guy obsessed with unusual bottles and houses."
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