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Mode:lina Architekci Reuse Fruit Packaging to Design Apple’s New Retail Store in Poznań

Mode:lina Architekci Reuse Fruit Packaging to Design Apple’s New Retail Store in Poznań

Inspired by materials and elements of packaging fruit, Mode:lina Architekci decided to use natural materials to make a visual connection between the company’s name and the name of the owner-Adam. The

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Aymeric Renoud’s Minimalist ‘R Chair’ Reduces, Reuses, Recycles, and Rethinks Materials

Aymeric Renoud’s Minimalist ‘R Chair’ Reduces, Reuses, Recycles, and Rethinks Materials

Aymeric Renoud‘s R chair is the first in a series of four furnishings that explore one of the most basic notions of sustainability, the 4R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Rethink).The idea for this

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Tree-Like Plaza Andaro Shopping Center in Mexico is Built From Reused Railway Ties

Tree-Like Plaza Andaro Shopping Center in Mexico is Built From Reused Railway Ties

The metal structure of the 2,000 square meter plaza echoes the verticality of the surrounding logs. Reused wooden railway ties serve as blinds that help control daylighting and indoor temperature. The

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7 Ways to Reuse and Upcycle Your Plastic Easter Eggs

7 Ways to Reuse and Upcycle Your Plastic Easter Eggs

The Easter egg hunt is what most kids look forward to the most on this festive Spring holiday, but what's not so fun is what happens to the brightly colored plastic eggs once the weekend ends. If you're

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BREEAM Excellent Everyman Theatre Renovation Reuses 25,000 Bricks in Liverpool

BREEAM Excellent Everyman Theatre Renovation Reuses 25,000 Bricks in Liverpool

The Everyman is a culturally important hub for Liverpool, capturing the creativity and community engagement that makes the theater a vital building. Originally housed in a converted 19th century chapel,

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Japan Tests World’s First Power Storage System Made Entirely from Reused EV Batteries

Japan Tests World’s First Power Storage System Made Entirely from Reused EV Batteries

While electric vehicles (EV) are a huge boon for the environment, it is unclear what will become of all the used batteries. Sumitomo Corporation may have the answer - they've created a large-scale power

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How to Reuse, Recycle and Green Your After Christmas Waste

How to Reuse, Recycle and Green Your After Christmas Waste

Want to get a P.H.D. in what to do with your P.H.W.? (That's short for post-holiday waste in case you didn't know.) While you may not have heard of the term (we kind of just made it up), we're pretty sure

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$10,000 Puzzle Piece Home Made from Reused Wood Could Solve Affordable Housing Crisis

$10,000 Puzzle Piece Home Made from Reused Wood Could Solve Affordable Housing Crisis

ECOnnect has developed an innovative puzzle piece home that could provide one solution to the current housing shortage. The Dutch studio created the home after a hurricane hit Haiti and hundreds of

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History Meets High Design in Bruno Erpicum’s Adaptive Reuse of a Dusseldorf Warehouse

History Meets High Design in Bruno Erpicum’s Adaptive Reuse of a Dusseldorf Warehouse

Bruno Erpicum took great care to respect the building’s past. The existing materials and structure play a strong role in the design. The furniture was even custom designed by Erpicum and finished with a

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Pop-Up Shoe Shop in Poland Made Entirely from Reused Wooden Pallets

Pop-Up Shoe Shop in Poland Made Entirely from Reused Wooden Pallets

Located within Poznań’s Galeria Malta, the Clae pop-up footwear store attracts customers with its recycled aesthetics. Due to the shop’s temporary nature, the architects decided to make it from

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Budri and Patricia Urquiola’s Earthquake 5.9 Collection Reuses Materials Damaged in the 2012 Italian Quake

Budri and Patricia Urquiola’s Earthquake 5.9 Collection Reuses Materials Damaged in the 2012 Italian Quake

5.9 isn’t just any number; it’s the magnitude of the devastating earthquake that struck the Italian region of Emilia May 29, 2012. Italian company Budri was one of the companies affected by the

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1K Fulton: Chicago Cold Storage Facility Defrosted To Make Way For New Adaptive Reuse Office

1K Fulton: Chicago Cold Storage Facility Defrosted To Make Way For New Adaptive Reuse Office

When Fulton Street Cold Storage building was built in 1923 it was one of the most technologically advanced refrigeration buildings with elevators, cork insulation, sprinkler system and ammonia

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Product Review: The Nubagg Lets You Reuse Your Plastic Bags As a Garbage Can

Product Review: The Nubagg Lets You Reuse Your Plastic Bags As a Garbage Can

Garbage cans belong to that group of mundane household items that have been around for so long that it seems there really isn't much that can be done to improve on their design. Or so we thought.

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Marta Altes Creates Sharp Artworks With Reused Pencil Shavings

Marta Altes Creates Sharp Artworks With Reused Pencil Shavings

When Marta Altes sharpens her pencil, she doesn't see waste in the shavings - she sees possibilities. The graphic designer was originally trained in Barcelona before moving to England to pursue her MA in

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WBK Reuses Hundreds of Computer Keys to Create Portraits of Cultural Icons

WBK Reuses Hundreds of Computer Keys to Create Portraits of Cultural Icons

What is they key to finding success and meaning as an artist? To Australian artist workbyknight (WBK), it is to “contribute to history…make work that references the age in which the artist

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Jeanne Gang Pitches Adaptive Reuse Proposal for Chicago’s Threatened Prentice Women’s Hospital

Jeanne Gang Pitches Adaptive Reuse Proposal for Chicago’s Threatened Prentice Women’s Hospital

New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman and architect Jeanne Gang both waded into one of Chicago's biggest preservation battles this week in an effort to save Prentice Women's Hospital,

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Eco Designer Barley Massey’s Imaginerium is a Showcase for Creative Reuse

Eco Designer Barley Massey’s Imaginerium is a Showcase for Creative Reuse

From the beginning, Fabrications, on popular Broadway Market, has showcased creative use of reclaimed materials, including a storage wall custom made by Green Works from discarded office furniture. For

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Melbourne’s Pop-up Shipping Container Market Mixes Funky Attitude With Reused Materials

Melbourne’s Pop-up Shipping Container Market Mixes Funky Attitude With Reused Materials

Steven Vidovic and Kristina Taranto's design was selected as the winner of a competition looking for a ‘green theme’ - and they succeeded with a design that is largely made from cast-off materials.

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Markus Fiedler Reuses Beeswax to Create Amazingly Realistic Objects

Markus Fiedler Reuses Beeswax to Create Amazingly Realistic Objects

Beeswax seems to be a pretty unusual material to create modern artwork, but Fielder is inspired by the relative suppleness and malleability of softened wax, and its infinite possibilities for

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Top 6 Recycling and Reuse Initiatives from Around the Globe

Top 6 Recycling and Reuse Initiatives from Around the Globe

RECYCLING COOKING OIL IN BARCELONA MANDATORY COMPOSTING IN SAN FRANCISCO STYLIZED TRASH IN ARGENTINA RECYCLING BECOMES ILLUMINATING IN WARSAW REVERSE VENDING PAYS RECYCLERS IN THE U.S.A

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Findelkind’s Quirky Pendant Lamps Are Made from Reused Cooking Whisks

Findelkind’s Quirky Pendant Lamps Are Made from Reused Cooking Whisks

Add a little flavor to your interior space with one of these “Chef de Cuisine” hanging lamps. Designed by German-based Findelkind, these cool lamps are handmade from repurposed cooking

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DOM in Berlin Reuses Car Tires to Create a Stylish Showroom In the City West

DOM in Berlin Reuses Car Tires to Create a Stylish Showroom In the City West

Piled up tires with round glass tops make for wonderful display tables in this West Berlin shop. Repurposed tires also get a new life as shelves for displaying books and hand clutches, and even a

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Kohler Makes a Splash at ICFF with a Neon Chartreuse Shipping Container Booth

Kohler Makes a Splash at ICFF with a Neon Chartreuse Shipping Container Booth

When we first came across Kohler's massive shipping container booth, we were skeptical as to whether it was even green at all (besides the color, that is). Some companies choose to have these containers

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iPhone Amplifier Reuses a Vintage Bike Horn to Blast Some Tunes

iPhone Amplifier Reuses a Vintage Bike Horn to Blast Some Tunes

Here at Inhabitat we have seen some very creative iPhone amplifiers that use bamboo canes, repurposed musical instruments and even an entire tree trunk to blast tunes. But here is one example you can

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The Invisible Chandelier Reuses Hundreds of Burnt Out Bulbs In One Brilliant Luminaire

The Invisible Chandelier Reuses Hundreds of Burnt Out Bulbs In One Brilliant Luminaire

Toronto-based Castor has come up with a radiant idea for reusing hundreds of burnt out light bulbs. The design team collected an array of working and non-working lamps and bulbs (all trashed) and fixed

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DIY: Reuse Leftover Pickle Juice to Make Homemade Pickled Daikon

DIY: Reuse Leftover Pickle Juice to Make Homemade Pickled Daikon

MATERIALS: - leftover pickle juice in a jar - veggies you want to pickle (daikon, other radish or garlic work great) STEP 1: Wash your veggies thoroughly and chop them up. STEP 2: Pop your

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In Vino Vitae: Unique Heart-Shaped Wine Rack is Made of Reused Plumbing Fittings

In Vino Vitae: Unique Heart-Shaped Wine Rack is Made of Reused Plumbing Fittings

Axel Yberg builds functional art from reclaimed plumbing fittings and his latest work is this extraordinary heart-shaped wine rack commissioned for cancer survivor Erin Zammett Ruddy. Called In Vino

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CAMPstreet Lofts is an Artsy Adaptive Reuse of a 1920s Factory in San Antonio

CAMPstreet Lofts is an Artsy Adaptive Reuse of a 1920s Factory in San Antonio

CAMPstreet Lofts was originally built in 1926 and served as the Duerler Candy Factory until 1937 when it was taken over by Tobin Surveys. In 2001, Linda Pace, an art patron in San Antonio, bought the

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Simple Wheelchairs Made From Reused Plastic Chairs Help Injured People in Rwanda

Simple Wheelchairs Made From Reused Plastic Chairs Help Injured People in Rwanda

In order to make wheelchairs more accessible to people in developing countries, two designers are revamping common plastic chairs with a little bit of creative common sense. By affixing the widely

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