If you liked the “Eggcubism” by Enno de Kroo, then you are sure to love this exquisite house made from recycled egg cartons. Built by Australia-based studio Goldenhen, the “The Original Dream” is a life-sized home that is erected by stacking up hundreds of reused egg cartons like Lego blocks over a wooden frame. This beautiful house is modeled after Howard Arkley’s famous painting, “Family Home Suburban Exterior 1993″ – a symbol of the Australian dream of suburban living.
The Original Dream is part of a series of “Eggo” installations that utilize recycled egg cartons. Using recycled and colored egg cartons and egg trays not only brings uniqueness, but also diverts waste from landfills, saving the environment.