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Daihai Fei is from Hunan and is a newly university graduate. With spending only 6400 Yuan (650Euro) and a lot of creativity, he managed to build this house in his spare time.

The house is about two meters high and is covered with bags tied together. The house is part of a larger project of the same trend called “Beijing under the eggs” . The young man decided to take part in the project , starting with a prototype assembled of cheap materials. With rental and real-estate prices being very high in the Chinese capital, this definitely is a very economic housing solution. The materials used to build the egg include bags, bamboo, ropes, paint and a solar panel,

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