It Looks Like A Normal House, But It's Actually Made Entirely Of...Newspaper!

What do you do with your old newspapers? Do you recycle them, throw them out, or use them to pack away delicate items? If you save 100,000 papers, you might be able to build your own house! In Rockport, Massachusetts, stands a two-room cabin that's made entirely from newspapers, glue, and varnish. It was built in 1922 by Elis Stenman, a mechanical engineer who needed a cheap building material during the Great Depression. Stenman and his family lived in what is now known as "The Paper House"...

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