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Sustainable pavilion being made from used cork and waste oyster shells

The Glyndebourne Opera Croquet Pavilion is slated to begin construction in September and is due for completion in March 2022

Discarded lobster shells, oyster shells, and used wine bottle corks would typically be considered waste by most people. However, they are all being put to good use as building materials for a sustainable pavilion designed by BakerBrown Studio, planned for the Glyndebourne Opera in East Sussex, England.

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