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has anybody built a house from urbanite?

 
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I was researching cob houses and the thought of a house built entirely of urbanite came to me. Has this ever been done?
 
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This is an example of a small shed built with urbanite: https://permies.com/t/13893/frugality/recycling-broken-cement
 
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There are those gabion houses they built in hati from earthquake rubble
 
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