EFdeN  

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At Zece La Rece, we don't promote only food and drinks places which we like, we also mention places adding a lot of added-value to this city and to this country. EFdeN stands for f(n). n being equal to nature. So, what is EFdeN ? It is a project started by a group of students willing to make Romania a more sustainable country. How do they do it? Well, it is not that simple, but basically they've built a house in 2014, which is completely sustainable and which won many competitions. The house is amazing, it is the prototype of the house everything should have. Being an NGO, they don't turn their prototype into a business, but they spend time developing bigger, and even more sustainable houses and devices, aiming to make us live better. Why is that? Well, buildings are one of the biggest pollutants both in the construction phase and especially during usage. This argument was enough to convince these 47 students from various universities from Bucharest to collaborate together and dedicate their energy for this project. So, one advice I can give you is to contact them to pay a visit, it is absolutely worth it. After your visit, you might consider saving a bit of money to buy the house of your dreams.

Luka Z.

Bulevardul Pache Protopopescu 66, București 020381, Romania

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