La Casa de Las Botellas, Puerto Iguazu

La Casa de Las Botellas represents house where 95 percent of the material used is recycled material. The structure features 1,200 plastic bottles, 1,300 cartons, over 140 CD cases, and other reused items to create the walls, ceiling, and furniture. Learn how the creator of the attraction built over 60 houses using the same method for people in the area. Explore the house guided by the creator himself as he explains his process and details the reasons behind making these structures--even the porch railings and decor feature recycled items. You can even purchase your own goods and furnishings here, all made out of recycled goods. Plan your visit to La Casa de Las Botellas and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Puerto Iguazu online travel planner .
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  • The Visit surprises!!! The location is very simple, amidst residential houses, without great propaganda or even signage. We were very well received-the two people who presented the project, explained in a simple and practical way, the whole process of creation and the actions that develop... We think that the visit is very worthwhile, because it adds much value-demonstrates initiative, creativity, focusing on sustainability and social issues. It is worth knowing...
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  • Hello, really a beautiful experience!! All very good and very useful. Greetings from Saint Estero. #CortinaDeCorazon. Jajaj
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  • Incredible...they used materials that most people throw away to build walls, make the foundation, Chairs and even a bed base for a mattress. They were very creative in making toys out of recycled materials. And they have workshops to teach people with few resources how to build a house out of recycled and used material like bottles and juice cartons. It is an amazing house.
  • An interesting place to visit, if you have extra time to burn. They use plastic of various types to make walls, furniture, decorations. Price for us was $200 pesos per person. Prices are not listed.
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