The house in these photos looks decent, able to endure rampant disaster, but in fact it is completely made of newspapers. It is noteworthy that the paper building is already 95 years old.
In the town of Rockport, Massachusetts, you can see the unique house with two rooms, made of newspaper, glue and varnish. Newspaper building was made by Alice Stenman in 1922, and he lived there with his family for six years.
Inside the house all is made from pages of newspapers and magazines: chairs, tables, bookshelves, curtains, and even watches. The exception is wood piano, and a fireplace, for obvious reasons, is built of brick.
After the death of Stenman house has been turned into a museum.