Based on the cradle to cradle principle, materials are reused without transformation, rethinking their constructive use. For a small height, a retaining wall without mortar is created by first placing a horizontal plane with the bricks and then interlocking two rows of tiles on which a bed of gravel is placed to wedge and level the whole, to receive the reused timbers. In addition to serving as a support by enhancing the value of materials from demolition, this low wall creates a user-friendly foundation with an atypical aesthetic. This solution has the advantage of being technically simple, but a special care must be paid to the choice of materials and their stacking.
posted 2019-01-03 16:35:41