Usually, when your house's walls are dripping blood, it's a sign you are living in the Amityville Horror and it's time to move. But recent architecture school grad Jack Munro (who is British -- big surprise when the British people have the weird ideas) thinks bloody walls could potentially be a feature, not a bug. Munro has discovered that bricks made out of animal blood and sand might be a pretty darn reasonable building material.
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