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Industoftrial Uses Unconventional Materials to Give a Prague Apartment a Colorful Facelift

Posted By Jon Dioffa On October 26, 2012 @ 10:15 am In green furniture,green Interiors,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments

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Young designer Ondra Bumbalek [1] wanted to create an unusual interior for his apartment in Prague, Czech Republic [2]. He sought to reconstruct the space for the lowest cost possible without sacrificing an interesting, modern aesthetic. His solution was to combine low-cost technical and retro furniture and accessories to create a cool contrast in the spaces. The finished project features flourishes ranging from complementing ashtray flower vases to a spectacular welding mirror. Check out more of his furniture pieces here [3] – many are up for sale!

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[1] Ondra Bumbalek: http://www.industoftrial.com/about-me

[2] Prague, Czech Republic: http://inhabitat.com/city-green-court-in-prague-features-a-living-wall-and-tree-in-the-central-atrium/

[3] here: http://www.industoftrial.com/

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