All you need to build a school: sand, bottles and grass
Students from the Bergen School of Architecture in Norway have built a school building in a Mozambique village using sand bags, bottles and grass.
It took 19 architect students five weeks in Southern Africa to build this school building in 12 days.
The building consists of an enclosed room for computers and a more flexible space with grass doors for English lessons, divided by a large sliding door.
A reinforced-concrete frame was filled in with sand bags and glass bottles were embedded in one wall.