After a long restoration we are proud to present the end result of Superuse co-founder Césare Peeren’s home. A beutifull example on how our cities could evolve reusing pre-existing housing and local merial flows. Starting from the 90’s, as a result of a cooperation between municipilaty and private ownership; the inhabithants of the street managed to save the whole housing complex from being destroyed. Césare’s house has resulted into an organic assembling of elements and materials from other Superuse ‘s projects realized during time; implementing flows of re-used materials into the rennovation process.
For example: the garden’s side insulation facade has ben realized upcyling Trespa plates which were left over from other two projects. Originally, the gray pannels where office desks dismantled from a bank in Rotterdam around 2008. The material was mainly upcyled on the DortYart project.
“It is made with the waste of the waste of the waste” Césare Peeren says.
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