Eco-Friendly Furniture Made from Shipwrecked Indonesian Fishing Boats

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Eco-Friendly Furniture Made from Shipwrecked Indonesian Fishing Boats

Brooklyn design collaboration Aellon is definitely not new to the upcycled furniture game, but their unique pieces made from shipwrecked Indonesian fishing boats give eco-furniture a fresh new perspective. The Brooklyn-based collective is a partnership between Inhabitat mainstay Uhuru and entrepreneur Daniel Husserl, and their wares range from seating to mirrors to smaller home goods made from reclaimed wood. Because each piece is made of salvaged materials, no two are alike.

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2 Responses to “Eco-Friendly Furniture Made from Shipwrecked Indonesian Fishing Boats”

  1. a.klein says:

    Fantastic idea recycling material and the products look gorgeous.

  2. michfromih21 says:

    Great

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