Elliot Chang

MAKEcamp's West Coast Ghost Tables Give Timber Offcuts a Fresh New Life

by , 11/20/13

MAKEcamp, west coast ghosts, reclaimed wood, green design, sustainable design, green products, green interiors, green furniture, sustainable materials. recycled wood

MAKEcamp‘s West Coast Ghosts are a series of tables and furnishings characterized by a large block of reclaimed timber set atop an ephemeral base. The pieces draw a direct metaphorical analogy to the Pacific Northwest forest by representing a canopy and its understory. 100% of the West Coast Ghosts series has been sourced from end-cuts and waste products, furthering sustainable foresting initiatives by maximizing the end use of every timber.

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