by Benson Agoha | Culture
This is an interesting house, built from base to top from spent plastic bottles. It is then covered on its roof with rafters.
It was not clear to us, however, if it complied with the normal roofing standard which sees purlins introduced at the midsectios to support the common rafters, before they are themselves supported by the principal rafters.
Under the midsections of the rafters are purlins which support the common rafters and are supported by principal rafters.
The roof shape suggests it is an octagonal hip.
Guess where it was built?