Gallery: Eclectic Wooden Stools Made From Recycled Timber

Photo Blue Ant Studios and EdwardsMoore
 

These colorful offcut bar stools by Edwards Moore Architects are a beautiful example of eclectic upcycling. Each stool is composed of a bundle of reclaimed timber pieces that have been parceled together to form a sturdy surface for sitting. Co-owners Juliette Moore and Ben Edwards view “architecture as a global resource” and see design as a “connection to nature and an individual”, and their reclaimed designs perfectly encapsulate this ethos.

+ Edwards Moore Architects

Via Blue Ant Studios

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  1. Urban Outfitters HQ Ren... December 2, 2010 at 12:57 pm

    [...] and repair of naval vessels. Paint was left on walls, metal was sandblasted and left to rust, reclaimed wood was used to make new staircases and windows were removed, re-glazed, and reinstalled. Most of the [...]

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