You can make just about anything with Ecobricks-- as seen here at our pilot school in Abiensmal, Bali, Indonesia. But first, you have to turn them into modules! After creating two thousand individual ecobricks, we used silicone sealant to connect the ecobricks into modules. These modules can be arranged in all sorts of ways to make durable and tremendously practical indoor furniture. Modules can be used individually as seats or combined like LEGO to create tables, beds, benches and more.
This little movie has the potential to inspire teachers and students all over to embark on their own journey of trash-transformation. It will be a big help as we move to share ecobricking with neighbouring Indonesian schools.
A big thanks to Ibu Manis and all the students of SMPN Abiensmal school for making the ecobricks, to Pak Noest and Pak Munir and his class for his help making the modules. To Nicolas Millet for filming and editing, Elena Molchanova for the intro and end animations, assistants Sadie Preval and Kusumorini Susanto.