TAIPEI, Taiwan, Oct. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It seems that almost every person, when he or she was young and growing up, liked to take things from around the house, like tables, chairs, and even beds, and rearrange them to create their own playgrounds and "castles." Today, with the introduction of EPADA's Easy DIY Green Bricks (EDGB), these childhood memories can be recreated, and adults can relive their childhoods and live out their dreams by constructing their own unique creations.
EDGB bricks are a simple building material that is especially suitable for DIY projects. Based on a modular concept, these bricks are made from non-flammable materials and can be reassembled and reused, making them environmentally friendly. In fact, these bricks are very similar in concept to Lego bricks, and they can be assembled and attached together in a similar fashion. Utilizing interlocking grooves, EDGB bricks can be combined together securely to form strong, steadfast units, which will not come apart easily.
With a standard size of 10.5 x 10.5 x 5cm, each brick is designed to withstand the weight of up to two tons of pressure. Each basic block features nine convex upper tubes while the bottom features nine specially-designed grooves that can be placed together to interlock. This design enables people to add their own imagination to their designs with these bricks. For example, light bulbs can be added to the bricks to construct innovating lighting creations. These bricks can even be used to form an irrigation system. Since EDGB bricks can be used in such a wide variety of applications and can also be quickly assembled, disassembled, and reassembled, they offer tremendous flexibility when it comes to people's furnishings and living spaces. "The bricks give people the freedom to rebuild and reorganize at anytime," says Eileen Liang, the young entrepreneur/creator of EDGB.
EPADA Inc. has designed and developed EDGB bricks to revolutionize traditional concepts of building materials. These bricks can be assembled without any nails or glue, greatly reducing time and labor costs. In addition, since the bricks can be reused and reassembled, additional purchases of home furnishings can be eliminated, which reduces waste while also significantly reducing carbon emissions and environmental pollution.
To assist consumers, two series of EDGB bricks have been launched—a wall series and a furniture series. Each series has its own instructions, which enable people to quickly create their own lights and luminaries, wall logos, furniture, and other stylish products. And no matter which series is purchased, people can still use their own imagination to add a personal touch to their creations.
EDGB bricks can be used by everyone to create customized living spaces with personalized furniture, just like people used to do when they were kids, using tables, chairs, and beds . . . giving people the opportunity to relive their childhood memories once again.
Headquartered in Taipei, EPADA Inc. designs, develops, and manufactures innovative building materials, in particular EDGB bricks. EPADA is committed to developing environmentally friendly, DIY building materials that saving time and effort. With more than a hundred international patents and testing certifications, EPADA provides secure, smart building solutions that utilize recycling as a construction tool. With EPADA's EDGB bricks, consumers have the freedom to assemble these bricks in a wide variety of ways, enabling them to quickly build unique creations. Product series themes include wall, furniture, and corners, among others. Already, EDGB bricks are helping to build a better life for everyone as components of the new zero-carbon city model of the future. Above all, EPADA believes that "Simple ideas can kick-start your creative life!"
EPADA is scheduled to showcase its trademarked EDGB products at the following exhibitions:
- 2014 Singapore's BuildTech Asia 2014/10/14-16 (Taiwan Green Demo House)
- 2014 Taipei Int'l Building, Construction & Decoration Exhibition 2014/12/11-14 (Taiwan Green Demo House)
- 2015 EcoBuild UK 2015/3/3-5 (Taiwan Green Demo House)
- 2015 Japan Home & Building Show 2015/10/15-17 (Taiwan Green Demo House)
For more information, please visit: www.smartarchi.com
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