The Billion Euro House

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The Billion Euro House

Money often costs too much.

– Ralph Waldo Emerson –

The Billion Euro House

In January 2012, at the height of the economic crisis in Ireland and the rest of Europe, artist Frank Buckley was faced with the possibility of his home being repossessed. In a remarkable twist of fate, Frank set out to build himself a new home using shredded Euro banknotes and aptly named it “The Billion Euro House.” Through The Billion Euro House, Frank seems to ask us “What is the true value of money?” { read more }

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