Using farm waste such as tomato stems, seaweed, grass, and glass, the sustainable structure is the first to be made entirely of upcycled materials. Overall, 40 partners worked together to make the concept a reality; it took many years to see through to completion. Sustainable architecture firm GXN collected the raw farm materials and sent them to wood-treatment company Kebony to put the boards through an environmentally-friendly process that gave the boards wood-like properties. Designers also used screw-plies instead of a concrete foundation. The entire house is modular and can be deconstructed and relocated.
Read more about the first biological house and see pictures here: https://www.apartmenttherapy.com/this-house-is-made-from-tomato-stems-and-grass-253631