Agg Hab
by i/thee

Neal Lucas Hitch

The Agg Hab, or Aggregate Habitat, is a prototypal eco-dwelling formed by casting papier-mâché strips into sculpted holes in the ground.

Measuring over six meters long, two-and-a-half-meters wide, and one-and-a-half-meters tall, and constructed using nearly 200 liters of glue and 270 pounds of paper, the house stands unofficially as one of the world’s largest, self-supporting, papier-mâché structures.

This project has been longlisted in the small building category of Dezeen Awards 2021.

Architect: i/thee
Project: Agg Hab


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