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Jacobo Jorgensen’s Quirky Furnishings are Made Entirely From Reclaimed Wood

Posted By Helen Morgan On July 2, 2012 @ 4:07 pm In Recycled Materials,Sustainable Materials | No Comments

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Designer Jacobo Jorgensen [1] transforms reclaimed wood [2] into architecture-inspired pieces of furniture. Jorgensen mixes interesting colors and styles to create a wide range of quirky modern furnishings – including tables, cabinets, and dressers. The pieces are brilliant examples of how reclaimed wood can be given a second life, and each one is unique.

Jacobo Jorgensen [1]

+ Jacobo Jorgensen [1]

Images courtesy of Jacobo Jorgensen

Via Dudecraft [3]


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[1] Jacobo Jorgensen: http://jacobojorgensenrecycle.blogspot.com.es/

[2] reclaimed wood: http://inhabitat.com/tag/reclaimed-wood/

[3] Dudecraft: http://www.dudecraft.com/2012/05/jacobo-jorgensens-recycled-furniture.html

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