We showed you a neat little 3D printed house last week but maybe the concrete look isn’t all that appealing to you. If you like the warmth of wood but you’re still want something that’s ecologically friendly, check out Brikawood, the building material that uses interlocking wood parts to build.
This system uses wooden “bricks”. They’ve been cut into pieces that join together for solid and easy building. Once painted, they look a bit like bricks. Each one of these bricks is formed by four interlocking wooden parts.
The finished buildings do not use glue, nails, or screws. Just wood fitted together perfectly. There are currently three kits available. One for walls, one for a studio build, and another to make a full tiny home (of course there is). These all natural builds are designed to be recyclable for when you’re done using your home. . . I guess. They are weather tight and mounted on wheels so you can take them anywhere (as long as you have the proper permits). Contact the seller if you’re interested in this home building innovation.