Build A House With These Environment-Friendly Lego-Like Wood Bricks

Simple, economical and ecological houses. A system without nails, screws or glue, as an intuitive and logical game. The brick consists of 4 wooden elements, two lateral flanges and two transverse spacers (spacers), machined in “dovetail” which are assembled together, by interlocking, thus giving a mechanical rigidity to the assembly.
The Brikawood brick is intended to be used alone, without cladding, rain cover or vapor barrier, only a special check valve specific to Brikawood, simplifying as much as possible the implementation of any type of construction.

After 10 years of research and development, Brikawood wood brick has reached technological maturity.

Passive houses built of Brikawood wood bricks consume 90% less heating energy than an existing building. And 50% less than a newly built house according to the current thermal regulations (RT 2012). Whatever its construction and geographical location, a brikawood passive house, with all the modern comforts, does not need more than 15 kWh per m² per year (1.5 liters per m² per year d Oil equivalent) in heating.

more details HERE…

21 Responses to “Build A House With These Environment-Friendly Lego-Like Wood Bricks”

  1. Jackie samuel says:

    Details and costs regarding this build system please.

    • Kayal77 says:

      Looks like it’s about $1,050 per square meter. So a studio apartment sized home (about 20 square meters) is about $20,000.

  2. Thinus de Beer says:

    Good day, is this system available in South Africa.

    Regards

  3. Tony White says:

    What is used for insulation? What is the cost comparison to traditional building?

  4. Muammer kayıkcı says:

    I want so a home how can ?

  5. Tim says:

    Yeah I would like to know if there is any way to translate that web page to English for more details.if you would have any please e-mail me

  6. Martin says:

    And what land do we build these on? Building is cheap, land and council regulations are not!

  7. Bob Gray says:

    I would like to build one if these home, and be a distributor. When the company does not answer their email. . If someone from the company would talk to me I would like to find out more.

  8. Sarah Ingram says:

    Where to buy. This is such a great idea.

  9. Theophelus Shapota says:

    Kindly provide me with more details on costs estimates.

  10. Stephen Pilgrim says:

    Details, cost and maufacturing location for this building system please.
    Looking at a house or two and possibly a business idea.

    Stephen

  11. Nick Lohmeier says:

    If sawdust is the inner insulation media, what happens when it biodegrades?

  12. Eddie says:

    How much are these lego like bricks cost. Im planning on building a small shed. 8×8

  13. Mirko says:

    what a beautiful idea

  14. Lisa ponder says:

    Is the wood cedar or treated against termites and carpenter ants? Does it meet earthquake standards? What a creative concept for making housing accessible.

  15. Jack ahlefeldt says:

    Information please. Where can one buy this in South Africa?

  16. Patricia Obando says:

    Cordial saludo, quiero conocer costos y lugar de compra

  17. Tom says:

    How fire safe is it?

  18. Tom says:

    How fire safe is this?

  19. toper flores says:

    who is the contractor/builder? how much would a house with 3 bedrooms cost?

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