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Monday, 6 February 2012

House of 1 Billion Euros

House of 1 Billion Euros

Posted by MydeaMedia
House of 1 Billion Euros - Which increases the value of the home to a million dollars? And how about a billion? Irish artist Frank Buckley built his house out of 1.4 billion cut up into small pieces of the euro banknotes. The award of the exclusive permission from the Central Bank of Ireland, Buckley has designed and now lives in a house built entirely out of shredded bills written off. He formed the bricks of money the size of 5 to 15 inches, each of which consists of 40-50 euros. Three houses - it's a great exercise to use recycled materials as well as social declaration, personal response to the housing and financial crisis that hit Ireland.
Also, like many of his fellow-krestyanami Buckley was a victim of domestic construction boom, which led to financial problems in the country, which ultimately required by the European Union. In the 200 years he has received a loan razmeom 365 000 euros to buy a house, despite the fact that he was unemployed at the moment man. These "crazy" as he puts it, credit is the fact that the country has led to a financial crisis. Faced with the need to save, the artist has done the unthinkable and began to build his house, or rather an apartment of the euro banknotes in an abandoned office building in Dublin. Now apartment consists of three rooms - bedroom, bathroom and living room with space for a gallery of his work. In each room floors are made ​​as of the notes. During harsh winters the Irish, densely packed shredded bills, according to Buckley, it is so warm that he even goes to sleep without a blanket. "Whatever may be said about the euro, it is still an excellent insulation material," says Buckley.








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